Gus Nicks Boulevard Midblock Pedestrian Crosswalk Project
Between: Glade Creek Greenway Trailhead Parking
And: West Madison Avenue
Willingness to Hold a Public Hearing
Find out about a proposal to provide a mid-block pedestrian crosswalk on Gus Nicks Boulevard, to connect the Glade Creek Greenway to the Gish Mill Property (formerly Holdren’s Country Store), as approved by the Roanoke Valley Transportation Planning Organization (RVTPO) on July 2, 2020, and again on May 27, 2021, and by Vinton Town Council on March 1, 2022, respectively. The Project will reduce the likelihood of accidents involving pedestrians attempting to cross Gus Nicks Boulevard, a very heavily-traveled right-of-way. The Project will provide a safer connection for pedestrians and/or greenway users from Glade Creek Greenway, located to the south of Gus Nicks Boulevard to the Gish Mill Property, located to the north of Gus Nicks Boulevard.
You may view the Project information on the web at https://www.vintonva.gov/509 or by visiting the Town of Vinton Municipal Building, Planning and Zoning Department, 311 S. Pollard Street, Vinton, VA 24179, between 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM local time. Please call 540-983-0605 in advance of your visit to ensure that staff is available to meet with you and answer your questions.
If your concerns cannot be satisfied through informal discussion via a call, email or a meeting, the Town of Vinton is willing to hold a public hearing. You may ask that a public hearing be held by sending a request in writing to Anita McMillan, Planning and Zoning Director, Town of Vinton Municipal Building, Planning and Zoning Department, 311 S. Pollard Street, Vinton, VA 24179. Your request must be received on or prior to April 20, 2023. If a request for a public hearing is received, a notice of date, time, and place of the hearing will be publicly posted.
The Town of Vinton ensures nondiscrimination and equal employment in all programs and activities in accordance with Title VI and Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. If you need more information in regards to your civil rights on this Project or need special assistance for persons with disabilities or limited English proficiency, please contact Anita McMillan at the phone number listed above.
State Project: RSTP-U000-149-258, UPC: 119911