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Name not shown inside City Boundary March 24, 2022, 4:45 PM

The limited space on this section of Maple St limits what can be added once the street resurfacing is complete. Bike lanes or an on-street parking lane could be painted but not both.

Which option would you rather see once roadwork is complete? On-Street Parking
Please provide a reason for your choice below. Due to limited space (in driveways) and tight driving lanes, I believe on street parking will help with people feeling more comfortable/safe with keeping their cars on the road. Additionally, it will provide a more safe space for people who are walking or riding a bike, simply because the parking lanes will give them space away from the main road.
Do you support upgrading the existing speed hump and the addition of another speed hump? Yes
Please provide a reason for your choice below. Although the speed hump is helpful in reducing speed, people still tend to speed up once they drive over the hump. A second hump will surely help reduce the speed of vehicles. Additionally, it will make walking on the streets and side walk much safer! This is a neighborhood full of families with young children. I'd love to see it safer for them to be outside!
If you have any comments or feedback, please share using the box below! I'd love to see some permanent trash cans or something for trash along the streets, just because we get SO MUCH trash blowing in from the two busy streets- it would be nice to be able to pick it up along the way when I walk.

Additionally, if the street was turned into a One-way, it may help traffic be less busy during after work or late night hours. As I mentioned before, there are a lot of children who walk down this street to go home or play. So anyway to reduce safety concerns would be wonderful!

Name not shown inside City Boundary March 23, 2022, 10:33 AM

The limited space on this section of Maple St limits what can be added once the street resurfacing is complete. Bike lanes or an on-street parking lane could be painted but not both.

Which option would you rather see once roadwork is complete? On-Street Parking
Please provide a reason for your choice below. A bike lane wouldn’t be used very much. On street parking would be used a lot.
Do you support upgrading the existing speed hump and the addition of another speed hump? Yes
Please provide a reason for your choice below. Whenever we pull out of park south street we have to be very careful because people go very fast around the curve and we don’t see them until they are very close.

Matt Prizgint inside City Boundary March 23, 2022, 9:14 AM

The limited space on this section of Maple St limits what can be added once the street resurfacing is complete. Bike lanes or an on-street parking lane could be painted but not both.

Which option would you rather see once roadwork is complete? Bike Lane
Please provide a reason for your choice below. I would rather see a bike lane put in especially since in the summer there are more bikes riding down this street.
Do you support upgrading the existing speed hump and the addition of another speed hump? Yes
Please provide a reason for your choice below. Have people constantly speeding down the street to a point that the speed bump hasn't done much. Adding a second one hopefully will reduce the speeding traffic
If you have any comments or feedback, please share using the box below! I also have a comment on what types of vehicles should be coming down the street, as have witnessed semi trucks coming down the street which shakes the older homes on this street.
The street also needs to be either resurfaced or repaved due to potholes occurring especially on the bend. Patch work doesn't do much to help with the potholes

Name not shown inside City Boundary March 3, 2022, 11:56 AM

Which Bronson Blvd railing alternative do you prefer (pick one)? Bronson Boulevard Railing Alternative 2 (Horizontal Railing B)

Reid Hudgins inside City Boundary March 3, 2022, 11:25 AM

Which Bronson Blvd railing alternative do you prefer (pick one)? Bronson Boulevard Railing Alternative 3 (Vertical Picket)

Daniel Bair outside City Boundary March 3, 2022, 11:05 AM

Which Bronson Blvd railing alternative do you prefer (pick one)? Bronson Boulevard Railing Alternative 2 (Horizontal Railing B)

Name not shown inside City Boundary March 3, 2022, 10:38 AM

Which Bronson Blvd railing alternative do you prefer (pick one)? Bronson Boulevard Railing Alternative 1 (Horizontal Railing A)

Name not shown inside City Boundary March 3, 2022, 10:37 AM

Which Bronson Blvd railing alternative do you prefer (pick one)? Bronson Boulevard Railing Alternative 3 (Vertical Picket)

Name not shown inside City Boundary March 3, 2022, 10:27 AM

Which Bronson Blvd railing alternative do you prefer (pick one)? Bronson Boulevard Railing Alternative 3 (Vertical Picket)

Name not shown inside City Boundary March 3, 2022, 9:24 AM

Which Bronson Blvd railing alternative do you prefer (pick one)? Bronson Boulevard Railing Alternative 2 (Horizontal Railing B)