The City of Georgetown will hold a public open house on the draft Bicycle Master Plan from 6 to 8 p.m. on Oct. 23 at the Georgetown Public Library, 402 W. Eighth St. The open house is a come-and-go format at which attendees can view the proposed bicycle network and talk with City staff. The draft Bicycle Master Plan presents a blueprint for future transportation projects or educational efforts to support a safe and well-connected bicycle network in Georgetown.
The draft plan includes findings from surveys conducted in 2016, open house meetings and a survey in 2018, an assessment of current bicycle infrastructure and zoning factors, a proposed bicycle system plan, and a set of top 10 priority projects.
A number of City boards and commissions are reviewing and providing feedback on the draft plan, which is scheduled for adoption by ordinance by City Council in November and December.
The full draft Bicycle Master Plan document is posted on the City website at transportation.georgetown.org/bike-plan. Comments or questions about the draft Bicycle Master Plan can be emailed to email@example.com.