Pedestrian improvements, parks included in budget survey

The Mountain View Community Council is asking for feedback on nearly two dozen capital projects; from road rehab and pedestrian safety improvements to a skate park and disc golf course at Davis Park.

In a survey distributed at Monday’s council meeting, residents were asked to prioritize projects in three categories — project management and engineering, state and parks and recreation. The 2015 capital projects were listed according to municipal priority, and the council asked residents to make their own ranking and return the survey by the end of the month.

Project management and engineering

  1. Commercial Drive surface rehab — 3rd Avenue to Mountain View Drive
  2. Senate District I local road rehab
  3. Pine Street/McCarrey Street surface rehab — Mountain View Drive to DeBarr Road
  4. Storm drain system condition assessment and rehab
  5. Nelchina Street storm drain improvements
  6. Road and drainage rehab
  7. Mountain View Drive upgrades, phase IV — Taylor Street to Bragaw Street
  8. Flooding, glaciation and drainage improvements
  9. Mountain View Drive upgrade — Park Street to McCarrey Street
  10. Mountain View Drive surface rehab –Taylor Street to Bragaw Street
  11. Mountain View Drive lighting improvements — Taylor Street to Boniface Parkway
  12. Mountaiin View Drive and McCarrey Street intersection safety
  13. Mountain View area pedestrian safety improvements
  14. Mountain View alley paving and safety improvement study

State of Alaska

  1. Glenn Highway/Airport Heights Road interchange
  2. Pedestrian crossing improvements at Glenn Highway and Airport Heights Road
  3. Seward Highway to Glenn Highway connection via Bragaw Street and Tudor Road

Parks & Recreation

  1. Louis G. Mizelle Memorial Park graffiti and trash removal
  2. Davis Park skate park, pump track and disc golf course
  3. Athletic field rehabilitation
  4. Forest and trail maintenance
  5. Dog park site selection and design
  6. Campbell Creek Greenbelt

The list includes projects that usually receive annual funding and projects currently on hold. People can also submit feedback electronically by clicking here, the council said.

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