Welcome to the BWBC

The Burlington Walk/Bike Council is an all-volunteer advisory council to the City of Burlington. We work closely with and advise the Department of Public Works and the Department of Parks & Recreation on infrastructure improvements and policy changes for bicycling and walking. The council also leads advocacy efforts and organizes events and activities that promote and celebrate walking and biking in Burlington and beyond. Anyone interested in making Burlington a better and safer place for bicycling and walking is encouraged to attend our meetings generally held on the 4th Thursday of each month in City Hall Room 12.

Find us on Facebook as "The Burlington Walk/Bike Council"

To check out past meeting minutes, work plans and other documents please see our Documents page. For more on our background and history see our History page.

Our next meeting will be Thursday, April 28, 2016, 5:30-7 pm in the Planning and Zoning Conference Room, City Hall. Note the different location for this meeting - the P/Z room is on the ground floor of City Hall at the north end of the corridor.

Agenda

1) Introductions, brief BWBC overview, confirm minute-taking, review agenda 3 minutes

2) Compliance with open meetings rules 10 minutes

3) Update and discussion – DPW projects planned for this year 20 minutes
There are a lot of projects planned, but some are more certain than others. We’ll provide feedback on prioritization, and discuss ways to support DPW in doing more of the uncertain ones.

4) Decision – Letter of support for Pine Street Coalition 10 minutes
A draft letter has been prepared, and we will vote on whether to send it to the Mayor and other city officials. See the draft letter here: http://www.burlingtonwalkbike.org/sites/default/files/DRAFT_BWBC_PineStr...

5) Discussion – Petition supporting PlanBTV Walk-Bike 15 minutes
Plans for distributing the petition, recruiting volunteers, events, etc. The petition can be found here:
https://actionnetwork.org/petitions/make-burlington-safe-for-walking-and...

6) Brainstorming – fun ideas for BWBC 20 minutes
Let’s come up with ideas on what BWBC can do in addition to having meetings and commenting on policy. This can include events, volunteering, activism, etc.

See you there!

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