Roswell Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan

Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan

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Contact
Dave Cox, AICP
Transportation Planning Manager
770-594-6425
Email Dave Cox

38 Hill Street
Suite 235
Roswell, GA 30075

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Overview

The City of Roswell has set the wheels in motion on its first-ever Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan.

Through its Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan process, the City will evaluate its policies and practices, identify and prioritize bicycle and pedestrian investments, and develop a fiscally realistic implementation strategy. The master planning process will go through three distinct phases, each including public input and engagement:
  • A data-gathering phase to establish existing conditions
  • An assessment phase to establish bicycle and pedestrian needs
  • A recommendations phase to establish policies and infrastructure investments for the City's consideration and develop a guide for implementation.
A final Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.
 


Public Open Houses
The first round of Public Open Houses for this master plan were held on May 7 and 9, 2019. We thank those who came out to share their thoughts and feedback with us. We expect to host additional Public Open House events in Fall 2019.

If you were not able to make it to one of the May 2019 events, please take our survey to share your ideas.

Take the Survey!
We invite you to take an online survey to share your feedback about bicycle and pedestrian connectivity in Roswell.






Roswell Bicycle and Pedestrian Stakeholder Committee
The City of Roswell is seeking approximately 10 citizens to serve on our Bicycle and Pedestrian Stakeholder Committee to help guide the development of our Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. This opportunity is open to all Roswell residents age 18 and over.

If you are interested in applying, please submit the application below by 5:00 PM on May 31, 2019.

Please correct the field(s) marked in red below:

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Personal Information
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Personal Information
Organization Membership Information
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Do you currently serve on other boards, commissions, or committees for the City of Roswell or within the Roswell community?
Do you currently serve on other boards, commissions, or committees for the City of Roswell or within the Roswell community?
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If yes, which?
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Are you an active member of a local advocacy organization, group, or club (ex. Roswell NEXT, Roswell Historical Society, Bike Roswell, RAMBO, Atlanta Track Club, local running club, etc.)?
Are you an active member of a local advocacy organization, group, or club (ex. Roswell NEXT, Roswell Historical Society, Bike Roswell, RAMBO, Atlanta Track Club, local running club, etc.)?
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If yes, which?
If yes, which?
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Are you able to attend approximately three evening meetings during the course of the study (June-November 2019)?
Meetings will not last more than 90 minutes and will likely be scheduled on a weeknight at Roswell City Hall. Food will be provided.
Are you able to attend approximately three evening meetings during the course of the study (June-November 2019)? Meetings will not last more than 90 minutes and will likely be scheduled on a weeknight at Roswell City Hall. Food will be provided.
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In 300 words or less, please explain why you would like to be on the Roswell Bicycle and Pedestrian Stakeholder Committee.
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If you could fix one thing tomorrow regarding Roswell's bicycle and pedestrian network, what would it be?
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