Share your vision for Brookeville's streetscapes!

With completion of the Brookeville Bypass in summer of 2021 and the reduction of traffic through Town by 10,000 trips per day, the Town of Brookeville is ready to explore opportunities for more complete streets that will better meet the needs of all users in a safe and historically appropriate manner—turning what was a high volume/high speed road corridor back into a street for people and placemaking. 

The Town needs your help over the next several months to create a long-term vision with a prioritized approach to the Town’s transportation-related capital improvement efforts which will be built out over the next ten to fifteen years. The resulting Comprehensive Plan Update will be used to help raise additional outside funding for the identified priorities.

We need your help to guide the improvements to the Town's streetscape (built and natural elements of the designed street corridor) along High Street, Market Street, and Georgia Avenue.  

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* 1. Do you live in Brookeville?  

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* 2. In just a few words or a phrase, what do you like best about Brookeville?

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* 3. In just a few words or a phrase describe the most distinguishing characteristic of Brookeville's streetscape (built and natural elements of the designed street corridor)?

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* 4. How do you use the streetscape in Brookeville?

  Daily At least once a week At least once a month Rarely Never
I use it to drive to work 
I use it to ride a bicycle or walk to work
I attend church or religious services in Brookeville.
I attend events in Brookeville.
I visit friends or family who live in Brookeville.
I visit historical sites in Brookeville.
I drive through Brookeville to run errands.
I walk or jog in Brookeville for exercise or enjoyment.
I ride a bicycle in Brookeville for exercise or enjoyment.
I park a vehicle on or along a street in Brookeville.
I drive through Brookeville to get to other destinations.

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* 5. If the streetscape is changed to increase pedestrian or bicycle safety or to slow traffic, how would you treat each of the following historic elements?

  Preserve as is If replaced, use modern materials and design so that it looks similar to the original If replaced, use modern materials and design so that it looks different from the original
Brick sidewalks
Old road alignments and street remnants within public right-of-way
Street lights
Street signs

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* 6. What is the biggest challenge facing the town in preserving the features important to you?

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* 7. Which features of the streetscape would you like to change? Rank each feature starting with "1" as the highest priority, or select "N/A" if not applicable.

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* 8. What is the biggest challenge facing the Town when it comes to the changes you would like to make?

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* 9. What improvement would make you more likely to use the streetscape area for walking?

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* 10. What improvement would make you more likely to use the streets for bicycling?

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* 11. Please provide additional comments and suggestions below. To provide comments or add photos on an interactive map of the town, please click this link.

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