September 29, 2015 – Kaysville and Farmington, Utah are working to develop an active transportation (bicycling and walking) master plan. The plans will be separate for each city, but will connect on the shared boundary between them. The finished plan is expected by March 2016.
From the plan website:
This planning effort will develop joint policies and design standards, forming two unique and separate plans for both Kaysville and Farmington that will be unified in purpose and objectives. The plans will connect along the shared city boundary, but each will address needs specific to each community.
The planning process extends through March 2016 and is led by Alta Planning + Design. Elements of the planning process include:
- Existing Conditions Analysis
- Public Participation (that’s you!)
- Recommended Improvements
- Design Guidelines
- Draft & Final Plans and Adoption Processes
Currently, cyclists are being asked to participate in an online survey. The survey and mapping tool can be found at http://www.walkbikekf.com/
The survey is open through Wednesday, September 30, 2015.
Additionally, there will be a plan open house held on December 8, 2015 at the new Kaysville Library at 215 N Fairfield Rd, Kaysville.