There will be a preliminary meeting to preview the Elizabethtown Active Living Strategy on Tuesday, Oct. 11, at 2:30 p.m. at the Elizabethtown Town Hall.
All preliminary ideas and suggestions for the plan have been compiled into a draft Active Living Strategy. Following the meeting, the next meetings will be scheduled.
The Essex County Public Health Department, in partnership with the town of Elizabethtown, is seeking to identify existing assets, opportunities, and possible constraints for pedestrian and bicycle road and multi-use paths/trails within the town.
An Active Living Strategy will be drafted to guide planning, development, and operations of existing and future pedestrian, bicycle and multi-use and multi-modal transportation infrastructure in Elizabethtown. It may be adopted as a supplement and/or used as a part of the Elizabethtown Comprehensive Plan. Consultant Brandy Saxton, of the firm PlaceSense, has been contracted to facilitate this work.