City wants public to weigh in on how to improve Spring Hill’s transportation system


City wants public to weigh in on how to improve Spring Hill’s transportation system

CITY OF SPRING HILL

The City of Spring Hill will host a public input meeting as part of the process of updating the Spring Hill Major Thoroughfare Plan.

The meeting will be from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29, at City Hall, 199 Town Center Parkway, beginning with a brief summary of the project by the project consultant, Volkert, and an introduction of the project team. The remainder of the meeting will be an open house format with multiple stations set up for citizens to provide comments and feedback on this important project. Attendees will be instructed to go to one of the many tables set up around the courtroom and main conference room where attendees can ask questions and provide public input either verbally or preferably on comment sheets that will be provided.

The Spring Hill Major Thoroughfare Plan (MTP) is a transportation planning process that includes recommended improvements for the City’s major roads through the year 2040. This public meeting is an opportunity for the public to provide feedback on how and where Spring Hill should improve its transportation facilities.

Interested citizens and stakeholders may attend at any time between 6 and 8 p.m. This meeting is an opportunity for citizens and City staff to help shape the future of the City by providing ideas, concerns and priorities that will guide the recommendations for the Major Thoroughfare Plan.

“The City understands we have many needs for our transportation system. While we continue to improve our roadway network with ongoing roadway construction projects, we have to make plans and prioritize projects that have not yet begun,” said Spring Hill Mayor Rick Graham. “This is an opportunity for the citizens of our community to help us identify and prioritize needed road improvement projects.”

The public input meeting will be live video streamed on our City of Spring Hill website, www.springhilltn.org/video. The recorded meeting video will remain available on this page for on-demand viewing any time after the meeting. Any member of the public who would like to submit a real-time question or comment from home about the MTP during the public meeting, or anytime after the meeting, can email to: dyan.damron@volkert.com.

It is the policy of the City of Spring Hill that all City-sponsored public meetings and events are accessible to people with disabilities. If you need assistance in participating in a meeting or event due to a disability as defined under the ADA, please contact the Local Judicial Program ADA Coordinator, Shelley M. Taylor, at (931) 486-2252, ext. 213, or staylor@springhilltn.org, at least three business days prior to the scheduled meeting or event to request an accommodation.

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