The purpose of the Lincoln Corridor Plan is to develop a compelling vision and to identify and prioritize improvements to the street and surrounding area.
Lincoln Corridor Plan
Designing a Great Street for a Great Neighborhood
Public Weighs in on Lincoln Design Alternatives
We received great feedback from the public and want to thank those community members who participated in the interactive work sessions on September 19, 2013, and online survey. A summary of fall community engagement input and corridor alternatives presentation materials are now available for download or review.
Stay tuned for more information on Phase 3 - Preferred Plan and Implementation, and notice of next round of community engagement opportunities in early 2014.
Si necesita ayuda con traducción o interpretación en Español sobre el Plan Lincoln ("Lincoln Plan"), por favor llame a Ana Arias al 970-221-6264.
DownloadsSummary of Phase I - Vision Phase I - Appendix A Phase I - Appendix B Frequently Asked Questions Lincoln Corridor Plan Overview Vision Survey Summary Summary of May Neighborhood Conversations June 18 Community Visioning Event Handout June 18 Visioning Event Summary Northside Neighborhoods Plan Summary of September Community Engagement Corridor Design Alternatives Packet Vicinity Map - Design Alternatives Segments
Lincoln Avenue between Jefferson Street and Lemay Avenue is a critical connection between Downtown and the eastern part of the community. It contains a rich and eclectic mix of historic neighborhoods, old and new businesses, and public/private open space. Changes are occurring rapidly along this corridor, and development of the Link-N-Greens site into a major employment center will transform how the street functions. In anticipation of these changes, the City of Fort Collins undertook many planning efforts, but the corridor is still lacking a cohesive identity and specific steps for improvements and change. The purpose of the Lincoln Corridor Plan is to develop a compelling vision and to identify and prioritize improvements to the street and surrounding area.
Process and Schedule
The project will begin in March 2013 and is anticipated to finish in March 2014 with a City Council adoption hearing. Extensive outreach to residents, businesses, employees, commuters and others will take place throughout 2013 to get input and feedback.
Amy Lewin, Transportation Planner
Pete Wray, AICP, Senior City Planner