OSCEOLA COMPLETES LIVABLE STREETS PLAN

Osceola Livable Streets Plan-A Plan for Connecting All Users of Osceola Streets to Everyday Destinations

The City of Osceola just completed a Livable Streets and Complete Streets Plan and is requesting public comment from October 7, 2020, through October 12, 2020.

Funded through an MPAN grant, the Osceola Livable Streets Plan lays out a clear vision and recommendations for implementing the City of Osceola’s Livable Streets Policy. Livable Streets incorporate more sidewalks, pathways for bikes, and are more accessible to all users, not just automobiles. This makes the built environment more livable and is more conducive to active living, business, and housing development. 

Please submit all public comments to Sheridan Garman-Neeman at [email protected].

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