Residents invited to contribute to Fayetteville Master Path Plan

Local residents have two upcoming opportunities to engage in the Fayetteville Master Path Plan development process: Oct. 27 during the Main Street Market event; and Nov. 16 at the Free Movie under the Stars event. Both events will take place on the Old Courthouse Lawn in Historic Downtown Fayetteville.

City representatives will provide information about the City’s Master Path Plan, then participants will have an opportunity to complete a short survey.  Interested citizens may also sign up to receive project updates by e-mail.

“Fayette County is developing a county-wide path development study, so this is good timing for the City of Fayetteville to do the same thing,” said City Planner LaShawn Gardiner. “The City already has several miles of sidewalks and paths, so we want to see how best to connect those in addition to constructing additional paths, that will connect with whatever the county may look to develop.

“Within the City, we’re looking in particular to connect our Historic Downtown District with the Fayette Pavilion development to the north and with the west-side developments, including Togwatee Village, Piedmont Fayette Hospital and Pinewood Forest,” Gardiner added.

To participate, look for the City of Fayetteville booth at the Main Street Market event on Oct. 27 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and at the Free Movie under the Stars event on Nov. 16 beginning at 5:30 p.m. Both events will take place on the Old Courthouse Lawn in Historic Downtown Fayetteville.

Contact LaShawn Gardiner for more details: lgardiner@fayetteville-ga.gov, 770-719-4179.

 

Oct 22, 2018 4:16 pm |