Bicycle Master Plan community workshop on Dec. 4

The City of Georgetown is seeking additional community feedback to help develop a Bicycle Master Plan. The public is invited to a community workshop from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 4, at the Georgetown Public Library, 402 W. Eighth St.

The City is working with graduate students from the University of Texas at Austin to conduct community outreach to inform bicycle planning efforts in Georgetown. Based on input from an initial workshop in October, the project team has designed a proposed bicycle network including varying levels of bicycle facilities, and has developed an implementation plan.

At the Dec. 4 workshop, the project team needs your feedback. What looks right? What changes would you suggest?  Your input is important and will help ensure that the city has the best bicycle facilities possible. Opinions of both cyclists and non-cyclists are needed.

For questions or concerns about the Bicycle Master Plan, please contact Octavio Garza, director of public works, at (512) 930-6511 or octavio.garza@georgetown.org.

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