Pay as you Throw and Universal Recycling Survey Closes Sunday, February 6, 2022
There is still time to provide your input about the proposed changes to trash and recycling services in Summit County before the survey closes this Sunday, February 6. HC3 is encouraging everyone to review the recordings of the public forums that took place in January before taking the survey, as many questions and concerns have been addressed.
The survey takes less than five minutes.
Downtown Complete Streets Plan Draft: Feedback Needed
The Town of Frisco is inviting interested community members to review and provide comments on the Complete Streets Plan Draft. Comments are due by Tuesday, February 21, 2022. After this date comments and feedback will be reviewed and incorporated into the final plan document for adoption by the Planning Commission and Town Council in late March.
The draft of the Downtown Complete Streets Plan is the culmination of several months of studying existing transportation and mobility conditions, community outreach, designing and refining proposed street cross sections, and identifying key projects and priorities to help advance Town goals for enhanced multi-modal access for the downtown area. The draft plan contains several important elements that will impact future development and street improvements for the project area.
The Frisco Town Council prioritized the development of a complete streets plan in order to improve opportunities for safe and efficient multi-modal transportation throughout the community, especially in our downtown core.Complete Streets Draft Plan About the Downtown Complete Streets Plan
Summit County Open Space and Trails Master Plan Public Workshop
Summit County Government invites the community to participate in an interactive virtual workshop to chart the future of open space and trails in Summit County on Thursday, February 10, from 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm via Zoom.
This virtual meeting will be an opportunity to learn about the feedback and direction provided from the Open Space and Trails Survey distributed in Fall 2021, as well as an opportunity to give input on future objectives through small breakout groups. Feedback will be used to inform the draft of the new Summit County Open Space and Trails Master Plan, which will be provided to the public later this Spring.
- Participants may register in advance for this meeting and will receive a confirmation email meeting information.
- Spanish interpretation will be available at the meeting and all community members are strongly encouraged to attend.
- For those unable to attend due to scheduling and other commitments, meeting materials and opportunities for online feedback will be available after the meeting.