The Reed Avenue Rail plan received public input at a meeting today.
Today, Tuesday, April 3rd, at the Public Services Committee meeting public input was taken on the Reed Avenue Rail corridor plan. The goal of the plan is to look at opportunities to revitalize the area.
Updated draft of the Master Plan.
During the meeting several individuals spoke to the committee voicing concerns over noise of trains, and right of way access for current building owners.
Vicki Dugger, Executive Director of the Downtown Development Authority, stated, “This is the perfect piece to meet the DDA vision and is critically important to a vibrant downtown.”
Representing the National Wildlife Federation Community Wildlife Habitat Project, Nancy Loomis said, “Often when projects are needing cost savings, green infrastructure suffers. I would like to see the governing body make it a priority to see green infrastructure as a top priority of the plan.”
Monday, April 9th at 6 pm, the City Council will vote on the Plan; where public comments will also be taken.
About the Plan: The Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization (Cheyenne MPO) contracted with Kimley-Horn to create a redevelopment master plan for the Reed Avenue Rail Corridor within downtown Cheyenne. The goal of the this project is to revitalize Reed Avenue and increase the economic vitality of the West Edge District. Learn more about the plan online.