CITY OF FAIRFIELD AND MKSK

Building on the community input received during the Fairfield Forward comprehensive planning process, the City is working to complete a connectivity master plan, which is focused on identifying opportunities to improve the walkability and bikeability of Fairfield.  The plan, known as Fairfield Connects, will be a guiding document that informs the City's decision-making process well into the future.

As with the comprehensive plan, Fairfield Connects will rely heavily upon what you think. Initial conversations and engagement highlighted the importance of connecting neighborhoods, the Village Green, and other destinations in Fairfield. The connectivity options you will see reflect those thoughts, but we want additional opinions and feedback from you. If you have a moment, please consider sharing your opinions in our brief survey.  When you are done, please spread the word about the survey to your Fairfield friends and neighbors.

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The map above highlights the key findings from initial engagement and conversations about future connectivity improvements in Fairfield. The findings included a desire to connect major destinations in the community such as the Town Center, Dixie Highway (the retail businesses and schools), and employment centers with neighborhoods, parks and regional trails. 

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1. What areas or places in Fairfield are most important for you to be able to access via walking or bicycling? (check all that apply)

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2. If it were available, which of the following on-road or off-road pedestrian facilities would you use in Fairfield? (Check all that apply)

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3. If a complete trail network existed within the City, what types of activities or destinations would you use it for in Fairfield? (Check all that apply)

 
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