The Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association's Infrastructure Committee is collecting preliminary feedback from its residents, business and property owners, workers, and guests about traffic calming possibilities within the neighborhood.
Feedback gathered here will be a first—but certainly not last—step to gathering ideas on possible projects (both small and large) over the next 3 years. This survey doesn't have an end date, we are accepting submissions continually over the next weeks and months.
If you have questions or comments about this initial gathering of thoughts, please contact Chris Lautenschlager, MHNA Executive Director, at [email protected] (612.623.7633).
(you can also access it via this direct URL: https://forms.gle/AXXgcxbN8WByqSRQ8)
Consider attending the next MHNA Infrastructure Committee meeting, taking place on Monday, January 10, 2022. You can RSVP here: www.marcy-holmes.org/events
RELATED (what follows below is a City of Minneapolis process, not one put forth by the Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association)
Minneapolis Public Works wants your input on a new process it is proposing to address traffic safety concerns and traffic calming requests on neighborhood streets. The process provides a way for community members to request traffic calming and for Public Works to review those requests fairly, transparently, and equitably.
The proposed process for neighborhood traffic calming seeks to provide a process that:
- better considers the overall network;
- is data-driven and transparent; and
- is more equitable.
You can find additional details about the proposal here, including the link for sharing comments. The city is accepting comments on the draft through December 31.
After reviewing feedback, Public Works will finalize the process early in 2022. They will share final details on how you can request traffic calming in the spring.
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