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Plans are underway to engineer and design an improved Kane Creek Boulevard from Main Street to the new asphalt near 500 West. As part of the design process, Moab City is holding an Open House on Thursday, April 27 at the St. Francis Episcopal Church, 250 Kane Creek Blvd., from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
“Currently, Kane Creek Boulevard has more than 4,000 cars per day traveling through this area of proposed improvements. It’s not a neighborhood street. These improvements will make it a usable road for everyone,” said Moab City Engineer Chuck Williams.
The new design for Kane Creek Boulevard will implement a Complete Streets approach. This approach to designing streets not only considers vehicle traffic but also pedestrians, to help ensure safe, comfortable access for all users.
At the open house, residents can view the different proposed improvements and provide feedback as to their vision for a new Kane Creek Boulevard while the project is in the design phase. Displays will address aesthetic improvements, accessibility, crosswalks, on-street parking, conservation, landscaping, and other elements. The design team will take the feedback from residents and businesses, and where appropriate incorporate it into the final design.
“We have to work within the constraints of standard specs and safety guidelines,” Williams said. “But it’s our goal to have Kane Creek Boulevard be representative of the lifestyle we all want to enjoy here in Moab.”
Residents who can’t attend the open house are encouraged to access project information at moabcity.org/kanecreekblvd or call the Public Involvement Team at 435-531-1358. Questions and comments may also be emailed to email@example.com.
Community input is important to the success of this project. Join the team at the Open House on April 27 at St. Francis Episcopal Church, 250 Kane Creek Blvd., from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.