Monday, January 2, 2017

Town of Fort Myers Beach to host Community Workshop on the Town’s First Bicycle and Pedestrian Master

Save the Date--Feb. 15th--to participate in an interactive community workshop to develop the Town of Fort Myers Beach's first ever bicycle/pedestrian master plan.  If you live, work, or play on or near Fort Myers Beach, this is your opportunity to help the island shape its future bike/ped facilities and programs.

Fort Myers Beach, Fla. — The Town of Fort Myers Beach, in partnership with the Lee County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), is developing the Town’s first Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. It is an exciting project that promotes a healthy, vibrant, and safe community through cycling and walking. 
We want you to help the Town plan for bikeways, walkways, trails, and other related biking and walking projects.

Please join the Town, your friends, and neighbors at an interactive, community workshop on Wednesday, February 15 at the Town Hall (2525 Estero Blvd, Ft. Myers Beach, FL) from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. 

We want you to share with Town staff: What does it mean to you to walk and bike in Fort Myers Beach? How can we improve bicycling and walking in Fort Myers Beach? What would encourage you to walk and bike more? And how can we better connect you to your destinations? The workshop will include a presentation about the project, interactive exercises to collect ideas for plan recommendations, and time to talk with Town staff and project team members about your interests and ideas to improve walking and biking in Fort Myers Beach.

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