Officials seek feedback on walkways, bike paths in Park City
Park City officials are asking for community input to make walkways and bike paths more safe and easily accessible for residents.
City planners will hold two public workshops for ideas to improve their pedestrian system.
The meetings will be held Thursday from 11:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. at the Park City Public Library, 2107 E. 61st St. North.
Community members can also give feedback through an online survey posted on the city's website here:
"It's really important because people are needing to go out and wanting to go out and be active with their families. We also have senior citizens who are not able to drive, so they're accessing our senior center by walking and biking. We have kids that go to our library and our parks, and we want them to be able to bike safely and walk safely," says Dana Walden.
Officials say having safe access to sidewalks and walkways makes it easier for everyone to enjoy the neighborhood.
.@ParkCityKS wants to hear from you on how to make the city more walkable.— Melissa Murray (@KWCHMMurray) July 26, 2018
This part of town near 61st & Grove is a model area w/ sidewalks & green space.
Fill out a survey (https://t.co/K1HdfxMY8g) or attend a meeting at the public library today from either 12-2 pm or 6-8 pm. pic.twitter.com/M3p7QT41V8