Have you noticed the streetlight changes throughout the City of Flagstaff?
The City of Flagstaff’s Street Lighting for Enhancing Dark Skies (SLEDS) project team is presently testing five (5) new types of light emitting diode (LED) fixtures in five different locations: Cheshire, Butler Avenue, 4th Street near the Aquaplex, Route 66 from 4th to Arrowhead, and the Cedar and West street intersection. These fixtures are proposed as replacements for the low-pressure sodium (LPS) roadway lighting currently in use. Conversion to LED is necessary since LPS will not be available after July 2019. The goal of the SLEDS project is to maintain appropriate lighting levels while preserving the City’s dark sky resources and maintaining the missions of Lowell Observatory and the U. S. Naval Observatory.
This survey should take less than 5 minutes to complete. The City looks forward to your feedback. For more information, to meet with the project team, or to request a paper survey, contact Stephanie Sarty, 928-213-2692, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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