Submitted to OnFocus – The City of Marshfield is developing a bicycle and pedestrian plan with the primary emphasis focusing on improving the city’s bicycle and pedestrian transportation system for future use by all residents and visitors. The goal of this plan is to improve connectivity and safety by identifying future trails and bike routes for future projects.
The city will be holding an open house Wednesday, June 16, 2021 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Wildwood Station, (1800 South Roddis Avenue) to provide information regarding the plan and to gather public input. “It’s crucial to receive public input and recommendations for the success of this plan,” said City Planner Bryce Hembrook of the Development Services department. The city is currently conducting a survey to help us better understand bicycle and pedestrian needs in our community. To take part in the survey and learn more about the plan, visit marshfield-bike-ped-plan-cityofmarshfield.hub.arcgis.com.
If you have any questions please reach out to Bryce Hembrook, City Planner at 715-486-2074 or [email protected]
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