The Transportation Master Plan is the city's long-range plan for transportation and mobility improves and addresses walkability, bicycle transportation, traffic improvements and public transit. The project has included extensive public involvement including city council meetings, open houses, news releases and surveys to develop strategies and assess community support.
Update - October 2017
- View the 14 original potential strategies in the Transportation Master Plan.
- View the Aug. 09, 2017, city council presentation that includes the survey results below.
- View a synopsis of council discussion and direction from the Sept. 25, 2017, meeting.
A 2017 online survey designed to gauge support for the various strategies and funding sources to implement them generated 1,700 responses. Respondents were asked how likely they were to support the strategy and various sales tax percentages; here are the results.
On Oct. 10, City Council will discuss a possible sales tax increase to fund projects in the Transportation Master Plan. Click here if you wish to provide input to the City Council online.