Pedestrian Places Concept Plans
City of Ashland community members are invited to attend a Planning Commission Study Session on Pedestrian Places on Tuesday evening, March 29 at 7:00 p.m. at the City Council Chambers located at 1175 East Main Street. At this meeting, the draft concept plans and recommended implementing codes will be presented.
The City of Ashland is conducting a study of three locations as Pedestrian Places - Tolman Creek Rd./Ashland St., Walker Ave./Ashland St., and N. Mountain Ave./E. Main St. Pedestrian places are neighborhood centers that provide a concentration of small gathering places, housing, businesses and pedestrian amenities grouped in a way to encourage more walking, bicycling and transit use.
The upcoming March 29 meeting is a follow-up meeting to the series of public workshops held on October 27, December 9 and February 22 on planning for Pedestrian Places. For more information about the project call Maria Harris with the Community Development at 541.552.2045, or visit www.ashland.or.us/opencityhall.
Release Date: 3/25/2011