The city of Warsaw is currently developing a plan for the community’s bicycle and pedestrian system. The purpose of this plan is to create a strategy to increase bicycle and pedestrian activity and safety. Ultimately, the plan will provide guidelines for the location and type of proposed facilities throughout the city of Warsaw and the town of Winona Lake.
To assist with the identification of opportunities, access issues, and the location of potential routes, all interested citizens are invited to attend a public open house from 4 p.m. to 6:3 p.m. Thursday, July 26, at the Center Lake Pavilion, 119 E. Canal St., Warsaw.
The open house will be organized around four topical stations. Each station will provide opportunity for community input and engagement. Results from this open house will serve as a continuing guide for city staff and consultants in the development of the final Warsaw + Winona Lake Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan recommendations.
The open house format is informal; interested community members are invited to come and go throughout the two and a half hour timeframe. Warsaw city staff and consultants will be available to gather feedback and answer questions.
For more information about the Warsaw + Winona Lake Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan, contact Staci Young with the Warsaw Parks Department at 574-372-9554 Ext. 224 or email her at [email protected], or contact Tim Dombrosky with the Warsaw Planning Department at [email protected] or 574-372-9550. Check out the project Facebook page for regular updates.