GO Sedona! Bike/Walk Planning

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Trail SignThe City of Sedona is undertaking a community planning process to look at how to make Sedona more walkable and bikeable. The result will be a Master Plan, which will serve as a guiding document to outline the steps to achieving a more walking and biking friendly city.

In doing this, we are talking with residents to learn:
  • Where are you currently walking and biking?
  • Where do you wish you could walk or bike and why?
     o What needs to be addressed in order to get you from point A to point B?

We want to hear your ideas!

Please share your ideas on new or improved sidewalks, pathways, trails, or trail access in the City of Sedona; you may also sign up to be on the email list to receive updates on the planning process, such as public workshops. Use the comment form to submit your ideas:

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We are also working hard to get an online mapping tool for the community to be able to draw in their walking and biking needs, so stay tuned for this website to be updated.

Timeline

We expect this planning process to take nine months. Beginning in January 2019, the City started meeting with an advisory board of residents to get detailed input on walking and biking in Sedona.

Additionally, we will be holding workshops and community meetings during the nine months. Check back to this website to learn more about when and where those will occur.

Resources & References

Sedona in Motion (SIM) is the implementation effort for the Transportation Master Plan. The plan was completed in 2018 and recommends various strategies to address traffic congestion and mobility needs of residents, visitors, and commuters. The "GO Sedona!" planning effort addresses Strategy 11, Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements.  See the SIM page for details on the status of other transportation projects.

Previous Studies:
As a foundation to this planning process, the City will be using the following documents:
The 2018 Transportation Master Plan
The 2007 Sedona Bicycle Plan
The 1996 Trails and Urban Pathways Plan
The 1994 Red Rock Pathways Plan

More information

Please contact either:

Cynthia Lovely, senior planner, 928-203-5035

Lauren Browne, citizen engagement coordinator, 928-203-5068