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Report: Linking Health and Transportation: Voices of Oshkosh Walkers, Cyclists and Transit Users

The Fox Valley Thrives Transportation Team conducted a series of focus groups to understand user perceptions of the Oshkosh area’s transportation system. These focus groups allow for better understanding of the connections between transportation and health, identify what facilities enhance or impede a person’s ability to use walking, biking, and transit in the Fox Valley.

Now Hiring! Safe Routes to School Planner

ECWRPC is looking for an energetic and dynamic professional to implement Safe Routes to School programming. The Safe Routes to School Planner will provide technical assistance and support to local communities looking to start and/or implement a local Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program, and produce resource guides and materials that support SRTS implementation acrossContinue Reading

July 2019 Storm Estimates

Please complete the following information for businesses impacted by storms on July 19th and July 20th. This information will be used for estimates only. Note the following businesses are not eligible for this program: Payday loan and title companies Telemarketing other than inbound call centers Pawn shops Liquor stores Adult entertainment venues Home-based businesses Farms

City of Kiel 2019 Parks and Rec Survey

Please fill out this short 10 minute survey to help make our parks better! The little city that does BIG things! https://www.getfeedback.com/r/HmWyZzJK/  

City of Shawano 2019 Parks and Recreation Survey

This is a city-wide survey to get public input of current park facilities and to aid in the update of the City of Shawano’s Comprehensive Outdoor Park and Recreation Plan 2020-2024. Your answers will provide invaluable information on how park facilities are currently meeting the needs of residents and how we can make future improvements.Continue Reading

Now Seeking 2020 Technical Assistance Project Requests

ECWRPC is again seeking Technical Assistance project requests from its eight member counties and their communities for consideration in its 2020 Work Program. A wide variety of small-scale planning and GIS mapping assistance is available from the Commission under low-cost or no-cost arrangements depending on the project type. Please note that the Commission’s new cost-sharedContinue Reading

I-41 Corridor Economic Development Strategy Documents

Thank you to the 100+ people who attended the Feb. 21st roll-out event for the I-41 Corridor Economic Development Strategy project. The final report is now available in .pdf form and links to document are provided on the News page of Initiative41.org.

“The Cedars at Kimberly” Master Plan

“The Cedars at Kimberly” Master Plan

Over the course of 2013, ECWRPC staff worked with the Village of Kimberly, as well as the property-owner’s consultant, to generate a master plan concept for the redevelopment of the former NewPage paper mill – a 98-acre site along the Fox River. This concept, named “The Cedars at Kimberly” to emphasize nature and celebrate theContinue Reading

Long Range Transportation/Land Use Plan 2015

Long Range Transportation/Land Use Plan 2015

ECWRPC will spend the next year developing Long Range Transportation Plans that will determine the future direction of transportation in the region. We are currently seeking input from all members of our communities to help create plans that consider the diverse needs of all our residents. Your confidential responses to this survey are greatly appreciated.Continue Reading

Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan

Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan

The bike/ped plan project is funded through a bicycle and pedestrian facilities planning (BPFP) grant awarded in 2011. The plan focus is to address regional connectivity of bicycle and pedestrian facilities throughout and between the Fox Cities and Oshkosh Urbanized Areas. This plan will not only identify existing and planned facilities, but identify gaps, barriers,Continue Reading

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