As of Sept. 20th (the closing date), there have been 36 applications submitted to address street safety issues in the Summit West neighborhood. All together, 362 applications have been submitted city-wide, suggesting that citizens see lots of opportunities to improve safety on our streets.
To see a map and list of the applications on the City's web site, click here.
Here's a map of the locations addressed by the proposals within Summit West:
The city has reviewed the applications to be sure they meet the eligibility requirements and that a particular project shouldn't be covered under another city program. Two projects were determined to be ineligible, while an additional five were transferred to other city programs for attention.
On Monday, October 7th, the SWNA board will meet to select two projects for referral to the Neighborhood Leadership Alliance (a standing committee of the city council). The meeting will be at Summit High School in the Commons Room from 7:00 - 9:00 pm.