The membership of this Committee shall consist of a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 11 members. The Pathways Committee currently has 11 members. Six members are required for a quorum.
The City Council Liaison is John Radford.
The charges to and duties of this Committee shall be to:
Work for the preservation and enhancement of the pathways within the Town for the use and enjoyment of all residents
Review and recommend changes to the Master Plan and the Bicycle Plan of the Town
Make recommendations at subdivision, site development, Planning Commission and City Council meetings regarding pathway easements
Meet regularly with the City Manager or the Manager’s designee to render advice on pathway activities, priorities, and necessary maintenance
Communicate to residents the concepts and locations of paths and trails within the Town as approved by the City Council
Study and recommend ordinances and resolutions relating to acquisition, construction, maintenance and use of public trails and pathways
Communicate Town policies and procedures regarding pathways if advised to do so by the City Council
Make recommendations to the City Council regarding both the maintenance and capital improvements budgets with regard to pathways
Special charge to and duty of this Committee’s chair shall be to serve as the Town’s representative to the Valley Transportation Authority’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee or to designate a committee member to fulfill this Council assigned obligation. Upon selection of the representative, the Chair is to provide the City Clerk with the appointee information and as dictated by protocol for official notification, a letter will be forwarded to the Valley Transportation Authority Board of Directors for appointment confirmation.