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Residents invited to review Galveston Avenue Corridor Parking Study data

Post Date:10/11/2017 1:15 PM

The City of Bend invites community members to an open house on Oct. 18 to learn about data collected in the Galveston Avenue Corridor Parking Study which was conducted earlier this year. The open house will include a presentation about the study’s findings and provide time for attendees to share their thoughts, ideas and questions.

The project team listened to community members in the spring and summer of this year and collected real-time data on parking conditions in the parking study area in the summer and fall.

 

What:             Community Open House #2 – Galveston Avenue Corridor Parking Study: The Data

When:             4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. (Presentation at 5:15 p.m.) on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 2017

Where:            Westside Village Magnet School at Kingston Elementary Gymnasium, 1101 NW 12th Street, Bend, Oregon 97703

 

About the Galveston Avenue Corridor Parking Study
The Galveston Avenue Corridor Parking Study is an evaluation of the parking conditions in the Galveston Avenue Corridor study area. The study began in April 2017 and is scheduled to be completed in the fall. The study will analyze current parking conditions and develop a set of possible parking strategies for community consideration. The first open house was held in June 2017 to share initial information about the study and learn about community concerns and ideas.

More information about the project, including a map of the study area, can be found at www.bendoregon.gov/parkingstudy. Once there, click on “Galveston Avenue Corridor Parking Study.”

Accommodation Information for People with Disabilities                                                
This meeting event/location is accessible. Sign language, interpreter service, assistive listening devices, materials in alternate format, such as Braille, large print, electronic formats and audio cassette tape, or any other accommodations are available upon advance request. Please contact Karen Swirsky at 541-323-8513 or kswirsky@bendoregon.gov. Please provide at least 3 days’ notice prior to the event to help ensure availability.

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