- Meeting Agendas and Minutes
- Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan
- City Bicycle Trail Information
- Winter Bicycling Safety Information
- Bicycle Parking Ordinance
- Shared Lane Pavement Markings 'Sharrows' Information
- City of Eau Claire Bike Rack Standards
The Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Commission consists of ten citizen members.
The City Council.
The members of the Commission initially serve one, two and three-year terms and may be reappointed for three-year terms, thereafter.
The Commission holds regular meetings on the third Tuesday of each month at 6 p.m., and may hold special meetings at the call of the chair or at the request of the City Council.
The Commission shall have the following duties and responsibilities:
A. Provide advice in the development of a bicycling master plan;
B. Provide advice in the development of a pedestrian/sidewalk master plan;
C. Provide guidance in the establishment of a list and prioritization of recommended bicycle and pedestrian facility improvements;
D. Make recommendations on bicycle/pedestrian matters with an emphasis on policy and planning issues;
E. Periodically review the results of policy implementation to ensure that the bicycle and pedestrian related goals of the Comprehensive Plan are being met;
F. Advise the City Council about citizen concerns regarding bicycle and pedestrian transportation matters;
G. Make recommendations on how to improve institutional and professional responsiveness to promote non-motorized transportation;
H. Educate and inform the public and local officials on bicycle, pedestrian, and multi-modal transportation issues;
I. Facilitate citizen participation in local government considerations and decisions involving bicycle, pedestrian, and multi-modal transportation matters;
J. Promote bicycle, school, and pedestrian safety program;
K. Advise the City Council on ways to promote accessibility of bicycle and pedestrian pathways to persons with disabilities using motorized or non-motorized transportation; and
L. Advise the City Council on other non-motorized transportation, such as, but not limited to, inline skates and skateboards.
For further information, please contact the Public Works Department at (715) 839-4934.
|Bicycle/Pedestrian Advisory Commission
|Daniels, Keith||1/17 - 1/19|
|Jansen, Kirk||1/16 - 12/18|
|Johnston, Richard||1/14 - 12/19|
|Kmetz, Scott||12/15 - 12/18|
|Lee, Catherine||11/13 - 12/17|
|Ritland, Marian||6/10 - 12/17|
|Ruland, Nathan||1/16 - 12/18|
|Salmon, Aaron||1/15 - 12/19|