|Cammillo (Millo) Fenzi, Chair||02/16|
|Lee Ann Gilbert, Vice Chair||02/15|
Third Thursday of each month, 7:30p.m., Independence Hall, 2955 Woodside Rd.
Nine members (including two concurrent members of the Trails Committee) appointed by Town Council for staggered two-year terms. Five members equal a quorum.
The Circulation Committee supports the General Plan goal to balance circulation system user needs and works to foster a community for all users of the public roadway system, including motorists, bicyclists, pedestrians, and equestrians. The Circulation Committee works with the Town Engineer, Sheriff's Department and local and regional organizations to develop programs to encourage dialog on circulation system needs, promote "share the road" programs for all users, and develop educational programs to promote traffic safety. The Committee advises Town staff and the Town Council about ways to make the roadway system safer for all users, to encourage effective traffic enforcement, and to promote safe, convenient access to school, Town businesses, public and private institutions, and neighborhoods.
The Committee shall review applications for special event permits for the Town's roadways, offer expert participation on the City/County Association of Governments (C/CAG) Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee, and make recommendations regarding grant applications that seek to improve the Town's bicycle and pedestrian system.
The Committee shall confer with the Trails Committee on programs and recommendations of mutual interest.