The Plan's overall goal is: "To present an easily communicable, comprehensive vision for the public streetscape in Downtown Harrisonburg that can be utilized by public and private agencies to further develop and sustain a vibrant downtown."
The Chicago Avenue Corridor Study focuses on Chicago Avenue from Gay Street to Mt. Clinton Pike, Mt. Clinton Pike from Lincolnshire Drive, just beyond the city line, to Virginia Avenue (VA Route 42), and Park Road and Parkwood Drive where they run through the campus of Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) and Eastern Mennonite High School (EMHS).
The Design Public Hearing for the Mt. Clinton Pike Road Improvement Project will be held at Park View Mennonite Church, 1600 College Avenue, Harrisonburg, VA 22802.
The Harrisonburg-Rockingham Metropolitan Planning Organization will hold a public information meeting on March 26 from 5:30-7:30pm at the Rockingham County Administration Center regarding I-81 Exits 245 and 247 Interchange Alternatives Analysis Study.
A Design Public Hearing for the Carlton Street Roundabout and Improvements Project will be held on Tuesday, August 6, 2013 from 4:30pm-6:30pm at Spotswood Elementary School.
The Carlton Street Improvements Project is located at the intersection of Carlton Street and Reservoir Street and extends approximately 300 feet in each direction.
Join the city for a public forum to discuss the Downtown Streetscape Plan at City Council Chambers (409 South Main Street).
The Transportation Safety and Advisory Commission reviews transportation safety matters that are submitted to them either by citizens or by city staff and provides recommendations to the City on how to address the problem. View their meeting agendas.
The Public Works Department's Traffic Engineering Division is responsible for the installation, maintenance and repair of street signs throughout the City and for the maintenance, timing, and operation of 85 signalized intersections within the City of Harrisonburg.
Central Stores is the City of Harrisonburg's central warehouse facility, handling a large inventory of janitorial, safety, utility and maintenance items.