Survey on walkability/connectivity part of town of Georgetown study

GEORGETOWN – The town of Georgetown has retained Simone Collins Landscape Architecture to complete the Town of Georgetown Walkability and Connectivity Study.

As part of the public participation process, Simone Collins is conducting an online public opinion survey. Members of the public are invited take a few moments to complete this survey to help better design for the needs in the community.

The survey, which is both English and Spanish, will take roughly 15 minutes and can be found at:

The study compiled by Simone Collins, based in Norristown, Pa., will serve to guide and support decision-making by the Georgetown town council on how to plan for sidewalk and bike route projects and support efforts to attract and secure funding for these improvements.

An initial public meeting workshop for the study was held Thursday, April 19.

Additional meetings are scheduled for Thursday, June 21 and Thursday, Sept. 20. Both sessions will run from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Georgetown Town Hall, located on The Circle in the heart of Georgetown.

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