Dover seeks input on downtown design
The first of three public workshops is scheduled to begin Tuesday at 6 p.m. in city council chambers.
Parker said public input is critical to the process to address the issues or concerns involving traffic patterns and pedestrian use of Chestnut Street, Main Street, Central Avenue and Washington Street.
Parker said it’s important to understand which areas need to be adjusted, what aspects need to remain and whether any community art or designs could be used.
The ideas and suggestions will shape three proposals for improvement projects, which will be presented during a second workshop and finalized at a third session by August, Parker said.
The revitalization study, which is funded through the city’s Capital Improvements Program, has four main goals: “create a more attractive pedestrian-oriented environment, make vehicle circulation more clear and convenient, simplify links to parking and expand bicycle and transit links to and through the downtown,” according to the release.
For more information, visit www.ci.dover.nh.us or http://www.cecilgroup.com.
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