Citizens' Task Force for Safe Walking and Biking in Fernandina Beach Community Meeting May 23, 2023
Fernandina Beach citizen surveys reveal safe and accessible walking and biking is a priority for residents. Deputy City Manager/City Engineer Charlie George has formed a Citizens’ Task Force for Safe Walking and Biking in Fernandina Beach to help identify improvements which would increase pedestrian and cyclist safety and travel.
The Citizens’ Task Force for Safe Walking and Biking in Fernandina Beach (“Task Force”) requests the public’s help to identify and prioritize construction, signage or other improvements that would improve the access and safety of Fernandina Beach’s walkers, runners, cyclists and people with mobility issues. The Citizens’ Task Force for Safe Walking and Biking in Fernandina Beach (“Task Force”) invites the public to attend and provide input at any or all of the public meetings listed below.
Additionally, Community members are encouraged to go to www.fbfl.us/Citizens4Safety to provide recommendations that would improve the access and safety of Fernandina Beach’s walkers, runners, cyclists, and people with mobility issues. To date over 150 surveys have been completed. Please e-mail Mike Spino at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or comments. The Task Force looks forward to hearing from the public!
The April 17 community meeting was well attended with over 80 participants voicing a variety of concerns about walking and biking safety.
Specific Issues from the Community Meeting:
Task Force Members
Lorelei Jacobs, Grants Administrator
Jeremiah Glisson, Public Works Director
Kelly Gibson, Planning and Conservation Director
Catherine Vorrasi, Parks and Recreation Director
Taylor Hartmann, Planner
Daphne Forehand, Planner
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