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Public Participation

Charge of the Committee pertaining to Public Participation:

  • To complete the various aspects of this charge, the Committee will frequently conduct public participation/community outreach to ensure that the community is engaged in the process.

Studies to date:

  • Results from March 21, 2019 Public Meeting:

Priority Matrix Tallies
Material Boards - Voting
Sidewalk & Crosswalks - Voting Tallies
Streetscape - Voting Tallies
Priority Matrix Tallies with Online Survey Results

  • March 21, 2019  - Public Meeting

Developing a Vision for Farmington Center - Rose Ponte, Economic Development Director
Project Overview to Date - BSC Group

  • September 4, 2018 - Public Input at Quality of Life Subcommittee Meeting

 Quality of Life Subcommittee Meeting Minutes

Next steps:

  • Improve the landscaping and visual interest of the major new traffic island at the Main Street/Route 4 intersection. This treatment will include the introduction of public art as a visual element amongst new plantings, including perennials and grasses.
  • Develop a walking tour map that highlights key historical building/sites, destinations, and features in the study area. This map will build off of previously prepared maps, with various themes, to provide one unified map that can be provided to visitors and residents alike.

FAQs

  • Where can I find the BSC Group’s documents related to the Farmington Village Center Streetscape Improvement plan?
  • Will the new signs the State installed that obstruct people walking on the sidewalk be removed?
  • Will there be better landscaping and flowers planted?
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