Help Make Spokane's Streets Safer For Pedestrians | News
The City of Spokane wants your input on how to increase pedestrian safety and make our streets safe over the next 20 years.
The Pedestrian Plan Update includes ways to ensure that our community is a safe, convenient, and attractive place to walk. That includes a way to emphasize safe routes to schools, libraries, parks, bus stops and neighborhoods.
“We want to encourage citizens to be part of the Pedestrian Plan,” says Spokane Mayor Mary Verner. “Walking is good for our health, our environment, and our long-term vitality. A strong pedestrian network is an essential component for the future of Spokane.”
So start thinking, and show up to an open house on Tuesday, April 26th at the West Central Community Center at 1603 N. Belt. The meeting will be held from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
More information on the pedestrian plan update can be found at www.spokaneplanning.org.