May 28 Drop-In Style Meeting to Collect Resident Input on Design Plans
DURHAM, N.C. – If you live, work, or travel along North Duke Street in Durham, you’ll want to mark your calendar for a meeting later this month to discuss pedestrian designs for this roadway.
The City of Durham Public Works Department is now preparing designs for pedestrian facilities along North Duke Street from West Murray Avenue to North Roxboro Street (PDF), and City staff wants to share their work and receive community input.
The drop-in style meeting is set for Tuesday, May 28 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Glendale Heights United Methodist Church, which is located at 908 Leon St. Residents will be able to review the preliminary design, ask questions of City staff and consultants, and provide input before the department completes the design work. The goal of the project is to improve pedestrian accommodations with proposed improvements include sidewalk, curb ramps, pedestrian crossings, and associated pavement markings.
For residents who cannot attend this meeting, maps and comment forms to collect feedback will be available after the meeting date on the project website. Resident feedback is requested by Tuesday, June 11.
For additional information about the project, contact Todd Ireland, PE with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc. at (919) 682-3583 or [email protected]; or Neil Allen, with the City’s Public Works Department at (919) 471-3581 or [email protected]. Persons who require assistance to attend the meeting should call (919) 560‐4197 or email [email protected] no later than 48 hours before the event.
About the City of Durham Public Works Department
The City of Durham Public Works Department provides a wide range of services, including street maintenance, engineering design, development review, and stormwater quality and infrastructure maintenance. The department plans and executes the City’s winter weather and natural disaster plans. The department ensures that Durham’s street infrastructure is safe and well maintained, which supports the quality of life and serves as a foundation of a healthy economy. As guided by the City’s Strategic Plan, the department serves as a steward of the City’s physical and environmental assets and ensures that residents live in a safe, secure, and thriving community