Paradise Valley Walking and Bicycle Master Plan Moves Forward
Paradise Valley residents got their first look at the pedestrian and bicycle master plan Sept. 14.
According to the Town of Paradise Valley Independent, work on the plan began in May when the city council teamed with Tempe-based Coffman Studio to develop the plan.
Since then, according to the report, an online survey was conducted with more than 200 responses. About 75 percent said they bike around town, and at least 90 percent walk, according to the report.
In addition to determining scope and need, another big piece of the still-in-development master plan is how the city can offer connectivity to already established trailhead pathways in neighboring communities, according to the report.
The next open houses are tentatively scheduled to be at 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 19 to review draft plan concepts and Dec. 14 to review the draft Master Plan.
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This local update courtesy of your Paradise Valley Community Expert.