Saturday, October 30, 2010

Car/pedestrian accident on Kingwood Hill


Again, it would be highly appreciated if the City of Florence would add sidewalks between 9th and 15th Street. Access to Kingwood Streets industrial area is made primarily via 35th Street and 9th Street.

Incomplete streets put people at risk
Complete Streets help reduce crashes


Incomplete streets: a barrier for children
Complete Streets give children safety and mobility


Incomplete streets restrict physical activity
Complete Streets make active living easy


Incomplete streets a problem for older Americans
Complete Streets help create livable communities

Friday, October 8, 2010

Needed Cross Walk on 35th / Oak St.

Pedestrians would appreciate a clearly marked cross walk on 35th / Oak St.
This intersection has Bike Lanes on both streets!

Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Turn Florence into a Bicycle Friendly Community

Encouraging bicycling is a simple way towards improving public health. With more people bicycling, communities experience reduced traffic demands, improved air quality and greater physical fitness. In addition, Bicycle Friendly Communities are places with a high quality of life, where people want to live, work, and visit. Building such a community can translate into a more connected, physically active, and environmentally sustainable community that enjoys increased property values, business growth, increased tourism, and more transportation choices for citizens.

The Bicycle Friendly Community Program (BFC) provides incentives, hands-on assistance, and award recognition for communities that actively support bicycling. A Bicycle Friendly Community welcomes cyclists by providing safe accommodation for cycling and encouraging people to bike for transportation and recreation.
 

Florence is a great place to live! City of Florence, please apply now!