Decatur residents have just a few more days – June 30th! – to provide online feedback on the city’s concepts to “Reimagine West Howard Avenue”. Click here to do so on Open City Hall. 331 of your neighbors have already done so! (as of the time of publication)
Here’s the city’s summary from Open City Hall for your reference…
Studies have been conducted to examine solutions that will transform Howard Avenue into a more lively street, using public art, landscaping, street furniture, lighting, and programming.
The community has had the opportunity to give input during open discussions on project ideas that have already been received, and to share additional thoughts and ideas about how to improve this corridor.
Based on public input (surveys, public meeting, and public comments), data analysis, and corridor aesthetics, the City of Decatur has drafted proposed design improvements for West Howard Avenue from the city limits near Paden Circle to North McDonough Street.
After reviewing the proposed concepts, feel free to provide feedback or suggestions for the project team.
And since I know you all love easy access to renderings, here are a few more from the city’s handout…