Bicycle/Pedestrian Path Advisory Committee
Promotes communication and exchange of ideas and concerns among users of the city's bicycle/pedestrian paths and facilities, city staff and the city council; Makes reports and recommendations to the city council and city staff with respect to the development and management of bicycle/pedestrian facilities; Serve as an advocate for the interest of the city's bicycle/pedestrian infrastructure; Assist the city with publicity for the bicycle/pedestrian system; Coordinate and assist the City in the preparation and adoption of an up-to-date bicycle/pedestrian master plan as well as assist in the preparation of grant applications and pursue the means to implement the city's bicycle/pedestrian master plan; Promote the safe and convenient enjoyment of the city's bicycle/pedestrian paths and facilities through safety/educational programs and activities, community events and clinics, and other activities as necessary.
Will Schoefmann: 603-352-5440
Meetings are generally held the second Wednesday of each month at 8:15 AM in the 2nd Floor Conference Room at City Hall.
View the City Calendar to confirm the date and time of the next meeting.
PLEASE NOTE: Due to the COVID-2019 State of Emergency, the Bicycle Pedestrian Path Advisory Committee (BPPAC) will be holding its meeting in May remotely using the web-based program, Zoom. Committee members and presenters will be participating in this meeting remotely (not at City Hall).
Members of the public will be able to access these public meetings through a variety of options, which are described below and in the document:
Guidance for Public on Accessing Remote/Online Board Meetings.