Patterson Access Control Open House

This web page serves as a platform to receive public comment for the Patterson Access Control Plan. City staff encourages the community to participate virtually as well as at the in-person open house on October 1, 2020. Below you will find a video and files that describe the plan in its current form. Please utilize the comment box at the bottom of this page to leave comments for City staff to review.
The Patterson Access Control Plan Open House will be held at Faith Heights Church, 600 28 1/4 Road, from 4-7 p.m on October 1, 2020.

Videos

Staff Presentation

Files

FAQ ( 0.13 MB )
Comment Sheet ( 0.13 MB )
Hwy 6 and 50 to Market Street ( 0.82 MB )
Market Street to 24 1/2 Road ( 0.84 MB )
24 1/2 Road to 25 Road ( 0.85 MB )
25 Road to 25 1/2 Road ( 0.87 MB )
25 1/2 Road to Meander Drive ( 0.85 MB )
Meander Drive to Mira Vista Road ( 0.98 MB )
Mira Vista Road to Northern Way ( 0.86 MB )
Northern Way to 15th Street ( 0.85 MB )
15th Street to Beechwood Street ( 0.87 MB )
Beechwood Street to Rio Grande Drive ( 0.91 MB )
Rio Grande Drive to Legends Way ( 0.85 MB )
Legends Way to 29 Road ( 0.89 MB )
29 Road to 29 1/2 Road ( 0.92 MB )
29 1/2 Road to 30 Road ( 0.93 MB )
30 Road to Grand Valley Drive ( 0.91 MB )
Grand Valley Drive to Lodgepole Street ( 0.89 MB )

Comments & Feedback

Comments
 
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How will anyone that lives in Mantey Heights head west? Are you encouraging u-turns?

09/28/2020 9:21 am
Cheryl Fiegel

As the Resident of 3030 Patterson Road, I do not find it beneficial to remove the only access point(Drive way) to my property. This is a privately owned property that is still zoned as Agricultural and thus should have its own entrance for equipment. By implementing the above changes to Patterson from 30 to Grand Valley drive you are not only creating a hazard for the business but also causing more traffic issues by introducing large Agriculture equipment into a small immobile space (between the building and fence line). These changes would cause more issues than they would prevent and should be stricken from the building plan.

09/23/2020 10:42 am
Brian Arms

Your Question has been submitted.