The City Council adopted the first Citrus Heights Pedestrian Master Plan on August 11, 2016. Walking plays a key role in personal mobility, exercise, and quality of life. The plan helps the City prioritize investments into the City's pedestrian infrastructure over the next 30+ years.
What Is It?
A Pedestrian Master Plan for the City, created in concert with the community.
In early 2015, the City began the process of developing its first Pedestrian Master Plan. This plan builds on efforts the City has made in recent years to improve walkability, bikeability, and transit access for all residents.
The overarching goal of the plan is to create accessible, efficient, and convenient methods for pedestrians, transit users, and bicyclists to travel to the places where they live, work, and play.
What Will It Do?
The Plan pulls together policies and recommendations from several existing documents including the City's Bicycle Master Plan; Walkability Survey; ADA Transition Plan and the Creek Corridor Trail Project.
Community feedback and participation played a key role in the development of the Pedestrian Master Plan.
Why Is It Important?
The Pedestrian Master Plan prioritizes projects and programs. By having a plan, we are more competitive for regional and state funding opportunities.