JUNE 4: The online public feedback forum is now up and running. Peak Democracy, hosted by the City of Ann Arbor, is hosting the public workshop content and survey forms. The survey will be available until July 1st for public input. Follow this link to register for Peak Democracy and provide feedback:
June 3: ReImagine Washtenaw completed four identical public workshops last week. Over 120 citizens attended, and numerous elected officials and staff from all four jurisdictions involved. Thanks to everyone that participated!
The feedback from both the public workshops and online input will be compiled and presented. This feedback will help shape and further refine the alternatives for the corridor.
The Vision for the Washtenaw Avenue Corridor
A corridor that supports a high quality of life with walkable shopping options, housing choices, efficient transit service, great public spaces, bike paths, and access to educational, cultural and employment centers.
Implementation is currently underway including the new Arbor Hills Crossing shopping center improvements and the recently completed US-23 interchange pathway. You’re already seeing the vision take shape, and there’s more to come!
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