Forward La Crosse Adds Additional Topic-Based Surveys in Historic Preservation, Neighborhoods, Disability Access, and Parks, Recreation, and Open Space
Students and the general public are invited to participate in the various online modules including the new topic-based surveys
Further solicit community feedback and to include area students from UW–La Crosse, Western Technical College, and Viterbo University…
Public Input Campaign Extends Deadline, Adds In-Person Feedback Opportunities, and is Asking Public to Snap a Photo
Four participants will be randomly selected to receive a $25 Gift Card from Downtown Mainstreet Inc. valid at over 75 local businesses.
The plan will center its efforts on strategizing for the creation, growth, and effective administration of current and prospective bicycle, pedestrian, and multi-modal networks within the City of La Crosse. This encompassing vision will extend to evaluating trail and route connectivity not only within the city but also across its neighboring regions. The plan will actively advocate for and facilitate bicycle and pedestrian commuting to and from crucial destinations, such as transit hubs, employment centers, shopping districts, educational institutions, community hubs, and recreational parks. Furthermore, it will incorporate a range of strategic approaches aimed at improving the broader bicycle and pedestrian transportation network within the region.
Accessibility Note: The La Crosse Comprehensive Plan modules are fully accessible via screen reader and keyboard navigation with or without the use of a mouse. Note that some functions of the Comment Map are unavailable without the use of a mouse.
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