The East Allen Street Scoping Study advances the planning efforts for the East Allen Street corridor undertaken as part of the Winooski Transportation Master Plan and the Winooski Gateway Corridors Form Based Code. These planning efforts offered a vision for increased safety and mobility for all roadway users, improved streetscape amenities, and enhanced economic development opportunities along the major gateway corridors in Winooski. This study seeks to identify a package of technically feasible and locally-supported improvements that enhance safety and accessibility for all modes, improve overall aesthetics, and maximize gateway development and redevelopment opportunities along East Allen Street. The study area runs along East Allen Street (VT Route 15) from the Winooski Downtown Circulator east approximately 3,700 feet to Roland Court which is immediately east of the Interstate 89 Exit 15 interchange.
East Allen Street Scoping Study Local Concerns Meeting
Thursday, February 14th, 2019
6:30 PM @ Winooski City Hall (27 West Allen Street)
The City of Winooski, the Chittenden County Regional Planning Commission, VHB, and the City’s Planning Commission will host a public meeting to present an introduction to the project process. Members of the public will have the opportunity to ask questions and share their ideas for improving safety and mobility, new streetscape amenities, and new business opportunities for the major gateways in Winooski. This meeting is free and open to all – community members are encouraged to participate!
Click here to visit the East Allen Street Scoping Study project page.
The City of Winooski and CCRPC will ensure that public meeting sites are accessible to people with disabilities. Requests for free interpretive or translation services, assistive devices, or other accommodations can be requested 72 hours in advance from Emma Vaughn, CCRPC Communications Manager: email@example.com / 802 846 4490 ext. *21 (711 for Telecommunications Relay Services).
Questions regarding this event can be sent to:
Jon Rauscher: Director, City of Winooski Public Works – firstname.lastname@example.org
Diane Meyerhoff: Principal, Third Sector Associates (VHB) – email@example.com
Emma Vaughn: Communications Manager, CCRPC – firstname.lastname@example.org