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City Launches Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan

We're Looking for Input from the Community

The City of St. Charles is developing a Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan that will produce recommendations to improve walkability and cycling around St. Charles. The Plan will incorporate feedback from the community and key stakeholders, as well as members of the general public.

“Making St. Charles more walkable and bicycle-friendly are consistent themes that come up when we ask residents what we can do to make St. Charles even better,” said City Administrator Heather McGuire. “We are fortunate to have an active downtown and beautiful pathways along the river. Improving access by foot or bicycle to these amenities and to existing trail networks will only add to the vibrancy of our beautiful city.”

How to Participate

We invite anyone who lives in, works in, or visits St. Charles, to tell us their thoughts about improving pedestrian and bicycle transportation in St. Charles. There are a few ways to offer feedback.

  1. Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan Interactive Map

The City has launched a Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan website  where you can pin your ideas on an interactive map. The map will be available through October 2022.

  1. Contact Form

Fill out the Contact Us online form on the Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan website to send a message or comment.

The City is working with Civiltech Engineering to gather input and develop the plan. A public meeting also is planned for Spring 2023.

updated Nov 14, 2022