Colerain Avenue Corridor Study
Colerain Township has been working for more than 20 years to improve the conditions along Colerain Avenue. The resulting efforts have led to an improved vehicular oriented roadway, however has left much to desire in terms of urban design and pedestrian environment. Making a conscious effort to change, the Township would like to create a consistent, appealing and safe public environment from the City of Cincinnati limits to the Hamilton County boundary. To further improvements, the Township also wishes to partner with Green Township and Mt. Airy Community Urban Redevelopment Enterprise (CURE) on this effort.
In order to help facilitate this effort, Colerain Township has contracted with KZF Design for professional planning services for the Colerain Avenue Corridor Study.
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Colerain Township wishes to make strategic, long-term enhancements to the Colerain Avenue Corridor. The Township would like to create a consistent, appealing and safe public environment from the City of Cincinnati limits to the Hamilton County boundary.
Below is a map of the area that KZF Design will be evaluating.
All feedback is important to us, so please let us know of any comments, opinions or knowledge about the needs and recommendations for the Colerain Avenue Corridor. You can submit comments to either:
Eric Anderson, KZF Design (email@example.com)
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Geoff Milz, Township Administrator (firstname.lastname@example.org)
An open house style public meeting was held at the Colerain Township Administrative building on March 12th, 2019, from 6-8:30 pm.
At the meeting, residents placed comment stickers on a scaled map of the entire corridor, specifically pointing out positives and negatives of the corridor. They also ranked project objective, or goals, in order of importance to them (listed below).
Staff from Colerain Township, Ohio Department of Transportation and KZF Design were in attendance to help answer any questions or take additional feedback. Approximately 30 residents and business owners showed up to voice their opinions about the corridor.
KZF Design will hold a second public meeting in July to present their recommendations for the corridor.
Project Objectives (Goals) ranked
- Access Management
- Character Zones
- Comprehensive Vision