Season’s Greetings, Help Map Our City’s Future with Your Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan Input

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Season’s Greetings

chirstmas-lightsThe Christmas season is a time when we can gather with our family and friends in bonds of peace and harmony. This is also a time when we share the gifts of generosity and good cheer.

So, as you experience all the happiness this most wonderful time has to offer, let us also this season reflect on all our fellow citizens who volunteer their time to offer moments of grace and comfort to others throughout the year.

I also want to thank City staff for all their hard work throughout the year to make this a better place for all of us to work, live and play.

To each and every resident of the Wisconsin Rapids community, I wish you blessed and joyous holidays.

Help Map Our City’s Future with Your Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan Input

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Image Source: Bicycle Transportation Alliance

One of the blessings of the Wisconsin Rapids area is its bounty of natural resources, ideally suited for a wide range of recreational activities. Now, with a few clicks of their fingertips, residents in our community have an opportunity to help determine how to enhance bicycling and walking amenities both here and throughout the 10-county north central Wisconsin region.

The North Central Wisconsin Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan offers an interactive mapping activity that allows participants to provide input on a map about bicycling and walking in the north central Wisconsin region.

You can log in with an email address or anonymously. Route markers allow you to pinpoint routes you like to ride or walk, where you think improvements are needed, or where you would like a path to be created. Point markers allow you to highlight destinations, conflict points and areas where bike parking is needed. Using your email address at login enables you to return to the map and edit your input at a later time, or receive project updates.

Your contributions to this plan can also help the Wisconsin Rapids community prioritize funding, and obtain grants for bicycling and walking improvements.

In addition to Wood County, the North Central Wisconsin Regional Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan takes in Adams, Forest, Juneau, Langlade, Lincoln, Marathon, Portage, Oneida and Vilas counties.

I encourage our citizens to take advantage of this unique way to map our City’s future.

Thanks for reading,

Mayor Zach Vruwink

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