Prescott Valley Looks to Improve Pedestrian Safety

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The Town of Prescott Valley has hired the traffic engineering consultant Lee Engineering to examine how pedestrian mobility, including sidewalk and crosswalk areas, can be improved in the community, and where the areas of focus have the highest priority. The study will look at the entertainment district, school zones, parks, and major intersections.

The study will be a two-phased approach with Phase One focusing on public input and identifying areas of study. Phase Two will focus on recommendations for improvements and how to implement those improvements. Mobility and safety will be of the highest importance throughout this process.

A public meeting will take place from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 27 at the Prescott Valley Police Department conference room at 7601 E. Skoog Boulevard. Staff and consultants are encouraging the public to attend and comment.


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