Paradise Valley seeks resident perspective on bicycle and pedestrian paths master plan

Love walking and bicycling? Want to help make Paradise Valley’s bicycle and pedestrian paths better?

Now is your chance to participate in the development of the first Town of Paradise Valley bicycle and pedestrian master plan.

The planning process includes many opportunities for resident participation. Share your ideas about how Paradise Valley can provide better places to cycle and walk by participating in an on-line community survey that will be available on July 1 at planpv.mysidewalk.com and at Town Hall, 6401 E Lincoln Drive.

You can also join the consultant team and town staff for a community morning bike ride 6:30 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 13, at which time residents are encouraged to participate and share their ideas.
The first public workshop is Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016 at Town Hall and the master plan is expected to be completed in April 2017.

For more information, updates, and to share your ideas about bicycling and walking in Paradise Valley, please visit planpv.mysidewalk.com. Contact Paul Michaud, Senior Planner, at (480) 348- 3574 or pmichaud@paradisevalleyaz.gov for more information.

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