Proposed 2017 Capital Projects

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Project

Wayfinding

Project scope

Design, development and implementation of wayfinding for Anchorage's paved & soft surface trails.

Project need

Wayfinding provides increased safety and an improved experience for the area wide trail system.

Project status

Anchorage has over 250 miles of tails and improved wayfinding will address safety and navigation concerns.

Project Comments

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DELETE. 0 votes.

SFCC - We would like this project deleted from our listings. Why are we using this new term, "wayfinding?" Are we just talking about navigating or signage? Part of "the experience" is finding your way with your own natural abilities. These concepts are a lot of expensive and unnecessary fluff. We need to change our bad habits of using federal and state funds to pay for such things. With the loss of such funding sources, we need to be much more thrifty in the use of our limited local tax funds.

BCC decided not to rank any of the Parks and Rec projects since our area is serviced by our C/ER Parks and Rec board of supervisors.

BCC decided not to rank any of the Parks and Rec projects since our area is serviced by our C/ER Parks and Rec board of supervisors.

FVCC - not a Fairview Council priority. However, to the extent that this can coordinate with our place-making initiatives as documented in the Historic Preservation Plan, we are supportive.

Please delete from Tudor Area Community Council's (TACC) CIP listing. We know of no pertinent trails within TACC's area.

This is Turnagain Community Council's #10-ranked Parks & Recreation project and is not a priority. TCC has requested that we be allowed to approve any signage proposed for trails within the TCC boundaries before installation.