Active Transportation Advisory Committee
Contact Us: ac******************@to*********.org
Upcoming Meeting Dates:
Tuesday, May 30th 1:00PM Bi-Weekly AT Meeting
Tuesday, June 13th 4:00PM Active Transportation Stakeholder Meeting
Tuesday, June 27th 1:00PM Bi-Weekly AT Meeting
Tuesday, July 11th 4:00PM Active Transportation Stakeholder Meeting
Tuesday, July 25th 1:00PM Bi-Weekly AT Meeting
Tuesday, August 8th 4:00PM Active Transportation Stakeholder Meeting
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|Committee Members||Date Appointed||Term Length|
|Luanne Hook||September 2022||2 Years|
|Anthony Lott||September 2022||2 Years|
|Jim Sayers||September 2022||2 Years|
|Molly Schmidt||September 2022||2 Years|
|Deborah Westfall||September 2022||2 Years|
On August 9, 2022, the Bluff Town Council agreed to create the Safe Routes Committee, now named the “Active Transportation Advisory Committee” to explore planning grants, opportunities such as creating an active transportation plan, safe streets, and reconnecting communities. The committee serves as an advisory board to the Town Council and will formally make recommendations for Town Council vote upon.
Active Transportation Advisory Committee Bylaws
Mission: The Active Transportation Advisory Committee will lead a community driven process, creating and sustaining connectivity and active travel for safety, health and recreation.
What is an Active Transportation Plan? Active Transportation Plans, also known as Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plans, are guiding documents adopted by different government entities. These lay the foundation for what types of walking and bicycle infrastructure will be built, where it will be built, and how it will be built. If you want your community to be a better place to walk and ride, an Active Transportation Plan is the starting point.
Project Timeline: In late September, The Bluff Town Council voted to approve a partnership with Bike Utah to develop an Active Transportation Plan. Bike Utah will host community workshops in early Spring of 2023. Based on community input, we will use the completed Active Transportation Plan to apply for possible construction grants in the Fall of 2023.
Why Community Workshops? We need your input! This is your chance to design what gets built and where. Are you hoping to see more protected walkways? A more defined Main Street? A safe way for kids to get to school? More access to historical landmarks? Better accessibility? Cool signage? Shade structures? Benches? Artwork? Ideas for programming? Connections to the San Juan River, St. Christopher’s Mission, Sand Island? Let us know! Once the workshop dates are confirmed, we will let you know.
Design Review Committee
More information coming soon
Ad Hoc Solar Eclipse Planning Committee
Contact Us: ma*****@to*********.org
During the January 17th Regular Town Council Meeting, the council voted to create the ad hoc Solar Eclipse Planning Committee to help the town prepare for the annular solar eclipse taking place on Saturday, October 14, 2023. This committee will serve as an advisory board to the Town Council, as well as implement approved council decisions.
Meetings will take place virtually on Wednesdays at 10:00AM per the schedule below.
Google Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/bsm-rfoi-enf
Or dial: (US) +1 443-461-5546 PIN: 737 303 659#
*The public is welcome to join. Time for public comments will be held at the beginning of each meeting.*
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|February 15||August 30||September 27||October 14|
(In Person, 7:00AM)
Members: Erin Nelson (Chair), Ann Leppanen, Anthony Lott, Diana Davidson, Jen Davila, Kathy Carson, Kerri Harris, Malyssa Egge, Sarah Burak, Tim Hamilton
We look forward to providing a safe, well-planned, and memorable day for residents and visitors.
Planning and Zoning Commission
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