COVER: The Hopkins Street-LBJ Drive intersection as seen from atop the Old Hays County Courthouse. PHOTO by ANDY HEATWOLE/SMTX PHOTOS. © 2014, ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
FROM SUBMITTED REPORTS
The city of San Marcos Engineering & Capital Improvements department is seeking input from residents on downtown traffic, parking and other infrastructure.
A survey has been posted online here and will be available until February.
The survey asks residents and visitors how often they frequent downtown establishments; whether they like back-in parking; and if they favor converting LBJ Drive and Guadalupe Street from one-way to two-way traffic among other downtown issues. City officials and staff will use information gathered from the survey to plan future improvements to the Central Business District.
During a workshop on Oct. 14, the city council decided to postpone a decision on the one-way/two-way conversion until staff conducted more public outreach. In addition to the online survey, city staff will canvass downtown businessowners door-to-door to gauge support for the proposed change.
For information, contact the city’s engineering department at 512-393-8130.Email | Print