Be Active Safe Routes

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Public Comment Period 

The public comment period occurred from October 2 to October 19. The draft Safe Routes to School Plans were available for public review online at: https://lawrenceks.org/safe-routes; paper copies were available for review at Lawrence City Hall Riverfront – Planning & Development Services Office (1 Riverfront Plaza, Suite 320) from 8 am to 4 pm, Baldwin City Public Library, Eudora City Hall, and Lawrence Public Library.

The public comment period has closed. Staff is preparing to take the documents to the various bodies under the “Approval Process” heading. View the draft plans and public comments with staff responses in the table below.

LawrenceEudoraBaldwin City


Approval Process

After the public comment period, October 2 – October 19, the plans are scheduled for review and approval at the following public meetings. If you would like to comment, please sign up in advance when each meeting’s agenda is released prior to the meeting. The timeline for approval by the boards listed below will be updated as dates are scheduled. Once meetings agendas are published they will be linked below.


     Lawrence

       Eudora

     Baldwin City







Approval
Process
PlanLawrence Safe Routes to School Plan Eudora Safe Routes to School PlanBaldwin City Safe Routes to School Plan  
CommentsLawrence Comments and Staff Responses  Eudora Comments and Staff Responses  Baldwin City Comments and Staff Responses 
In Lawrence and Douglas County, the Be Active Safe Routes program is a comprehensive approach to make neighborhoods safe and accessible for EVERYONE. In addition to improving safety, Be Active Safe Routes benefits communities by reducing traffic congestion and air pollution, increasing the opportunity to be physically active and building community cohesion.

Be Active Safe Routes is possible because of many partnerships within the community all working toward one common goal: safe routes for all. 

Parents are invited to provide feedback to Douglas County school districts on routes and the Safe Routes planning process.