Salem Bicycling Advisory Committee will stage what it’s calling a “Bike Master Plan Open House” on Tuesday, Feb. 27, according to Mayor Kim Driscoll.
Members of the Salem community are invited to attend the meeting, to take place in Room 313 of the city’s City Hall Annex, 120 Washington St., from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
The committee webpage on the city’s website reads a brief presentation will open the 90-minute gathering. After that concludes, attendees will then be encourage to “participate in interactive activities to help the city and prioritize ways to enhance biking in Salem.”
“Salem is only eight square miles, and we’re hoping to make getting around easier, safer and more fun,” wrote Driscoll in a Facebook post promoting the Feb. 27 meeting. “We need your help and appreciate your input.”
Folks can not only attend the evening meeting but also submit input via an online survey: http://bit.ly/2CkixOC
For more information, contact the City of Salem Department of Planning and Community Development at (978) 619-5685 or email@example.com