Residents are invited to attend one of two interactive public workshops to provide their input on the city’s Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan. This is the final set of meetings for both plans. The information presented at these meetings is based on input received at meetings scheduled earlier this year.
Two meetings are scheduled in different parts of the city, and the same information will be presented at both locations.
Monday June 17
6 to 8 p.m.
Coyote Library, Program Room
21699 W. Yuma Road
Weds. June 19
6 to 8 p.m.
Festival Foothills Fire Station
27360 W. Wagner Complex Dr.
Topics planned for discussion at the meetings include an update on the development of the Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan, based on input received at the previous meetings held earlier this year.
Buckeye’s Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan is a critical component of the city’s Transportation Master Plan. Both plans will define the transportation network to support the city’s General Plan which was approved by voters in Aug. 2018.
These meetings are the final set scheduled for the Bicycle/Pedestrian Master Plan, and the information presented is based on feedback provided at meetings scheduled earlier this year.