Planning Development & Transportation
Fort Collins...a modern, world-class community, transforming from a small city to a progressive metropolitan center. Planning, Development & Transportation teams up to successfully shape growth in our sustainable community with safe, efficient multi-modal infrastructure and plans for maximum livability.
West Central Area Plan
This plan will provide a basis for land use regulations, housing policies, transportation practices, and historic preservation. Transportation needs, such as connections to the new Mason Corridor bus rapid transit system (MAX) and bicycle and pedestrian improvements will be addressed, including a new design for Prospect Road from Shields Street to College Avenue. The plan will be developed over the course of 2014 and first part of 2015, with a variety of opportunities for residents, businesses, students, employees, and other community members to participate. Visit fcgov.com/westcentral for more information.
Help Us Count!
The City of Fort Collins will conduct its annual bicyclist and pedestrian counts at 24 strategically chosen locations during three days in September. Sign up for a shift and quick orientation. This counting effort helps collect the data we need to build long-term support for improvements for those who walk or ride bikes in the community. Read the press release for more information. To volunteer, please visit vols.pt/DrroL6.
Lincoln Corridor Plan Adopted by Council
The Lincoln Corridor Plan process that began in the spring of 2013 was completed on May 20, 2014 with adoption by City Council. Check out the plan and other project information by visiting fcgov.com/Lincoln.
The 2013 Urban Design Awards
The awards celebrate great places and the people who design them. Join us in promoting awareness of urban design, and its importance for the quality of life in our community. The awards ceremony was Wednesday, October 2, 2013 at the Midtown Arts Center. Visit fcgov.com/UrbanDesignAwards to read about the winners. Be sure to watch the video of the two moving tributes to longtime leaders and pioneers in the rebirth of Downtown, Jim Reidhead and Dick Beardmore.
Fort Collins Named a Platinum Bicycle Friendly Community
We are pleased to announce the League of American Bicyclists announced the latest round of Bicycle Friendly Communities (BFC) and Fort Collins earned Platinum! Read the news release.
Planning, Development, & Transportation
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