from Panorama Plaza to Empire Boulevard
|If you wish to be involved in helping with and |
getting involved in the Irondequoit Creek
Corridor project contact Rick Williams,
or fill out the volunteer registration form.
|Rick is aslo on the Advisory |
Committee for this project.
|volunteer registration form|
The Town of Penfield recently was awarded a Genesee Transportation Council Grant to study the feasibility of using this corridor for non-motorized commuter and recreational opportunities. The Town of Penfield is lead agent on this project and will bring into the study feedback from residents in Penfield, Brighton and the City of Rochester. This study will then produce documents that will allow for funding opportunities to further develop the project. The concept here is to provide feedback on the main trail as well as diversify the experience by providing various types of sustainable multiple-use trails along the corridor as well. This is also a great example of and area that consists of both Green and Blue Trails with Irondequoit Creek being the central focus of the project. If you live in Penfield, Brighton or the City of Rochester and want to get involved and be kept informed please click here.
Schedule for this project
- Steering Committee formed to guide this process (Member Rick Williams has been appointed to the Steering Committee)
- First meeting of the Steering Committee will discuss scope of project
- Steering Committee and Environmental Design & Research hired to design and work on the feasibility and documents will start to determine upcoming public input process, agenda and calendar.
- Public input and meetings to hear from residents and citizens (very important to have our input at meetings and public input process) expected late Fall 2007
Latest Information: (NEW!)
Update information regarding the Monroe County 5-Year Master Plan
written by rick, December 02, 2007
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