Show and Tell Sessions for the Charting Our Future project will be held June 10 and 11 at University Place.
The Town of Chapel Hill’s Charting Our Future project will hold Show and Tell Sessions from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday, June 10, and from noon to 1:30 pm and 5:30 to 7 p.m. Monday, June 11, across from Alfredo’s Pizza Villa at University Place, 201 S. Estes Drive.
These Show & Tell Sessions will include workshops where planning and design ideas are generated and discussed by participants in order to knit together past planning efforts; provide cohesion between existing areas of development along major corridors; and look more closely as some of our gateways into Town.
On both June 10 and 11, enjoy pizza and enter drawings for gift cards to Silverspot Cinema.
Charting Our Future is a unique Town Project to hone the Future Land Use Map in the Town’s Comprehensive Plan, Chapel Hill 2020, and to rewrite the Town’s Land Use Management Ordinance (LUMO). For more information about the Project, please visit ChartingOurFuture.info.
More information at www.ChartingOurFuture.info
Want to learn how we can make our streets more safe for everyone? Check out watchformenc.org to learn more about what you can do as a driver, pedestrian, or bicyclist to be safe!
Go Triangle is accepting nominations for the 8th Annual Golden Modes Awards Ceremony. Don’t miss your chance to nominate yourself, your company or a great community partner for creating better commutes, air quality and quality of life. See more details about the 5 award categories and previous winners below. If you’re ready to nominate, why wait? You can just use this link to access the nomination forms, answer a few questions, and you’re done!
Please take a few minutes to nominate an individual or company to let them know their dedication to smart commuting is appreciated – you can even nominate yourself! In fact, we encourage it! Nominating is quick and easy. We only need contact information and a short description of why your nominee deserves to win. We will call the nominee to get the rest of the details. Winners will be recognized at the 2018 Golden Modes Award Ceremony on November 1, 2018.
Commuter Awards. This category includes five individual awards. They celebrate smart commuters – people who commute to and from work or school without driving alone: carpoolers, walkers, bus riders, bicyclists and vanpoolers will all have a winner.
Employer Awards. These three awards are given to employers or employee representatives who influence employees to use commute options other than driving alone. Employer Honors for the most growth in a commuter program, Employer Champion for the best overall commuter program, and ETC Honors recognizes the most influential Employee Transportation Coordinator for delivering commuter programming in the Triangle.
Placemaker Award. Anywhere commuters visit as part of their lives affects the ability to choose sustainable travel options – it is more than just the commute to work. This award recognizes developers and property managers who provide or support practical alternatives to private car use for their tenants, residents or visitors through innovative planning, onsite amenities, hosting events, or other creative avenues.
Community Impact Award. This award recognizes a community nonprofit, volunteer government commission, community event or an individual advocate who has made a meaningful contribution to solving transportation challenges across the Triangle that impact the ability to choose a smart commute or choose environmentally friendly travel modes.
Nominate – then Save the Date!