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Posted on: June 17, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Virtual Public Input Meeting: 3rd & 4th Streets Conversion

3rd/4th Streets Conversion Study graphic

The goal of this project is to test the feasibility of this conversion and its potential impacts to improve traffic flow, access to local businesses, safety, and the promotion of a better quality of place. The city is working with a team of consultants, including American Structurepoint and MKSK, to facilitate this effort.

In this meeting, the consultants will share the progress and recommendations from their study of the project. Recommendations for planned street and sidewalk design will reflect the needs of the city based on existing data, future projections, best practices, and prior feedback from participants in the process.

In the first public meeting (held virtually on 4/8/2020) consultants walked through the project background, history of the corridors, process, traffic considerations, and complete street considerations. Following the presentation, next steps were shared, and questions and feedback were taken. This meeting is the final public presentation of the study, which will be completed in July 2020. This is the last scheduled opportunity for the public to provide input on this project, and its recommendations.

Though the current state and federal COVID‐19 pandemic guidelines allow for gatherings with proper precautions, this meeting will be conducted virtually using Zoom software to ensure the safety of the public.

To review the previous meeting’s presentation slides, video recording, and answers to user-submitted questions please visit our project webpage at

Click here to join the Zoom meeting
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