The City of Milford Bicycle Advisory Committee is seeking the public’s input as they work to revise the 2011 Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. The intent of the revision is to update the inventory of existing and planned facilities, update the identification of gaps and impediments, provide more public involvement and input, and identify specific alignments and policy changes to help Milford become a more bike friendly community.
The Committee, in conjunction with Century Engineering, has worked with a broad range of residents, users, and community-based and government agencies to create the data that will be presented to the public and reviewed by the Committee.
Members of the public are invited to comment on the data gathered either in person, online, or by mail.
Participate In Person: Attend the public input meeting to review the maps and provide input to City staff. The meeting will be held in the Lions Room at Milford Public Library, 11 SE Front Street in Milford, Delaware from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, February 12, 2020. The purpose of the meeting will be to receive public comments regarding existing bicycling infrastructure by identifying key destinations, existing routes, impediments, and gaps, and to answer questions. Representatives of Century Engineering and DelDOT will also be on hand.
Participate Online: Those who are unable to attend in person may view the maps online and provide their input through an online survey. The online maps and input survey is currently available at www.wikimapping.com/Milford-Bike-Plan.html.
Participate By Mail: The public may view the maps online and provide their comments by downloading and mailing a public survey form. The downloadable public survey form is currently available here: EnglishSpanish. Other documents that will be displayed at the public input meeting are available here, as well..
For more information, contact Rob Pierce, Planning & Economic Development Director, at (302) 424-8395 or at RPierce@milford-de.gov.