Penny for Paths Projects

Connecting the City's Bicycle & Pedestrian Gaps
Active Penny for Paths Projects -     
 Active Penny for Paths Projects include those projects that are
 currently undergoing design and/or engineering.  Each project
 description will be updated as the projects move through design
 and into construction.  If you have any questions about these or
 other Penny for Paths related projects, please contact Ashley
 Parker, City Project Manager at:

The "Jug Handle" Sidewalk - More Info Coming Soon!

The Upper Allen Road Shared Use Path - More Info Coming Soon!

The Aiport Parkway Sidewalk & On-Road Bike Lanes - More Info Coming Soon!
Phase I: Between Kirby Road & Berard Drive

The Shared Use Path along the South End of Dorset Street - More Info Coming Soon!

About Penny for Paths - 

In August of 2018, residents voted to designate one penny (one cent) on the tax rate for bike and pedestrian path infrastructure throughout the City.  We will also be able to leverage the pennies to spend approximately $3 million in improved infrastructure.

Since the vote, City staff have been working with members of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee to identify and prioritize bike and pedestrian infrastructure projects.  During the last round of Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) planning and budgeting process, projects falling onto the Bicycle & Pedestrian Committee project list also found their way onto a new Bike/Ped Improvement CIP list.  This will assist the City in planning and budgeting for these projects over the course of the Penny for Paths lifecycle, and beyond.  To date, some of these projects are now in the design and engineering phase, while others are pending supplemental funding (i.e.: grants) or the completion of ongoing scoping studies.

The Penny for Paths project list is constantly being reviewed and updated.  If you have any questions or project ideas, please contact Ashley Parker, City Project Manager at:; or share them with the Bicycle and Pedestrian Committee.