Neighborhood Program

Council and Neighborhood Meetings

Dixon Neighborhood Meeting

  • Date: 06/13/2017 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Location: Dixon Middle School, Band Room
Hello Dixon Neighbors!

I hope everyone has been able to enjoy at least some aspect of summer so far, and are making plans for the rest of it.

We are excited to see you all at our June Dixon Neighborhood Meeting this Tuesday, June 13th at 6:30 in the Media Center (library) at Dixon Middle School.

We will be discussing:
• Provo City’s Road Rehabilitation Project and 5th North Transportation Pilot - Reworking of 500 North (looking at adding bike lanes, improving curbs and crosswalks (for example with bulb outs on 6th W), with potentially taking off some/all on-road parking)
o This obviously has material impact to home owners on 5th North, so we’ve invited representatives from Community Development and City Traffic Engineers to present on the current plans, discuss the potential impact, listen to potential concerns from the neighborhood, and work together on potential alternatives.
o If they send me the current plans before the meeting, I will try and post them and send them out to everyone in advance of our meeting. 

• Dixon Day of Service specifics
o We’ve had various options voiced, but let’s finalize on the day and what we want to do.

• Anything else you’d like? 

Thank you again for your active participation in our great neighborhood and I look forward to seeing you on Tuesday!

Robbie Potter
Dixon Neighborhood Chair
801-319-5828
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