Replacing Belmont bridge is a community priority. While there’s a sense of urgency, there’s also an understanding of importance. The new bridge will need to accommodate the changing needs of our community, integrate with downtown and surrounding neighborhoods, and add lasting value to the City’s visual appeal. Everyone realizes that the path to success will require community collaboration that ensures a variety of interests are represented. Understanding community values and expectations as well as functional requirements will help us select a successful preferred design for the NEW Belmont Bridge.
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Design Public Hearing
Thursday, May 24, 2018
at CitySpace, 100 5th Street NE
Informal Plan Review: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Hearing: 7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Come see and comment on plans for the replacement of the Belmont Bridge Project. The project will provide two through lanes, two protected bike lanes and pedestrian sidewalks including improvements to bridge approaches and adjacent side streets.
Review the proposed project plans depicting the major design features and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documentation at the Informal Plan Review.
To date, outreach has generated 2,500+ touch points with the community, 30,000+ individual data points, and 1,000+ written comments. Click on the links below to read the summaries. For more information about all the workshops and committee meetings, check out the Resources page.
- Open House summary (PDF)
- Design Charrette summary (PDF)
- Mobility Summit summary (PDF)
- MetroQuest summary (PDF)