A small (but influential!) group gathered at the Northfield Public Library last Thursday evening for a discussion of parking issues relevant to those who live in or near downtown. Ross Currier hosted the meeting and I was the designated photographer.
This was the 5th of several stakeholder group meetings that have been held since . . . → Read More: March 28 discussion of parking issues for downtown area residents
At the direction of the Northfield City Council, and in collaboration with the staff of the City of Northfield, the Northfield Downtown Development Corp. (NDDC) has been conducting a Downtown Parking Conversation. The goal is to gather downtown stakeholders together and generate ideas for better use of our downtown parking resources.
The Council, City and . . . → Read More: Residential stakeholders to share experiences and ideas on Mar. 28
A group of 18 local business owners met in the Archer House conference room on Tuesday morning to discuss downtown parking issues. Ross Currier hosted the meeting was called upon to be the designated photographer as I had a family medical appointment in the Twin Cities.
This was the 4th of several stakeholder group . . . → Read More: Business owners discuss parking issues at Mar. 19 meeting at Archer House
The NDDC-City of Northfield collaborative downtown parking discussion continues. In coming weeks, additional important stakeholder groups will gather to share insights and ideas.
Next up is the downtown business owners’ stakeholder group. On Tuesday, March 19th, 8:00 a.m., the downtown business owners will gather at the Archer House to discuss downtown parking.
This is obviously . . . → Read More: More downtown parking stakeholder discussions scheduled. Next up: business owners on March 19
A group of pedestrians who regularly ‘commute’ to downtown Northfield met at the HideAway Coffeehouse & Winebar on Thursday morning to discuss pedestrian issues directly or indirectly related to downtown parking. Ross Currier hosted the meeting and I was the designated photographer. It was the third of several stakeholder group meetings that will . . . → Read More: Pedestrian group meets to discuss parking issues at Feb. 14 meeting at the HideAway
The NDDC is going to meet with another downtown stakeholder group, pedestrians, this week. Join us on Thursday, February 14th, 8:00 a.m., at the HideAway Coffeehouse & Winebar.
Among the items we’ll discuss: this intriguing walking shed map (PDF), courtesy of Jasper Kruggel in the City of Northfield’s Geographic Information Services (GIS) Department.
. . . → Read More: Pedestrians to meet, offer input on downtown parking. What’s a walking shed?
Eight bicycle commuters met at the Goodbye Blue Monday on Wednesday morning to discuss Northfield bicycling issues directly or indirectly related to downtown parking. Ross Currier hosted the meeting and I was the designated photographer. It was the second of several stakeholder group meetings that will be held over the next few weeks. . . . → Read More: Bicycle commuters discuss parking issues at Feb. 6 meeting at GBM
The NDDC is going to meet with another stakeholder group, bicycle commuters, next week.
The meeting is Wednesday, February 6th, 8:00 a.m., at Goodbye Blue Monday.
All bicycle commuters are invited to join us. It’s all about the challenges and opportunities of bicycle commuting to, from, and in downtown Northfield.
What could we, the community . . . → Read More: Bicycle commuters to meet, offer input
About a dozen downtown building owners met at J. Grundy’s Rueb ‘n’ Stein on Monday evening to discuss downtown parking. Ross Currier hosted the meeting and I was the designated photographer. It was the first of several stakeholder group meetings that will be held over the next few weeks. (See Ross’ Jan. 24 . . . → Read More: Building owners discuss parking issues at Jan. 28 meeting at the Rueb