CONCEPTUAL DESIGNS OPEN TO PUBLIC INPUT Three conceptual alignment alternatives and conceptual sketches for the Castle Creek Corridor Improvement Project are posted below. Each of them introduces concepts that consider safety improvements, public input, corridor users and site constraints. A Nov. 15th open house presentation provided information on the development of the alignment alternatives and looked closely at each design. Click here to view the recorded presentation or find a downloadable document of the presentation under Additional Information below.
After watching the presentation and reviewing the alignments, please complete the short survey through the link below and provide an additional comments to the project team. Responses will be collected through January 1st, 2018 at 7 PM.
QUESTIONS? Find a link at the bottom of this page to ask questions or provide general comments, or request email updates on this project as it moves forward.
EXHIBIT A - INITIAL PUBLIC COMMENTS AND DATA (JULY-SEPTEMBER 2017) Submitted comments and feedback from the initial public comment period (July-September 2017) have been collected in an initial public comment exhibit. Names, contact information and addresses have been redacted from the public version of the document in an effort to protect privacy. Click here to view and download Exhibit A. Exhibit A is also available below, under Additional Information.
CASTLE CREEK PROJECT GOALS 1. Determine the need for a safe route in the Castle Creek corridor for cyclists and pedestrians connecting the Music School/Country Day campus to the City of Aspen trail system. 2. Investigate feasible options for trail design and alignment alternatives. 3. Analyze engineering and financial considerations. 4. Conduct a transparent public process with opportunities for open dialogue and participation.