The City of Ridgefield is currently running three public participation projects on the new engagement site, Ridgefield Roundtable.
Ridgefield Roundtable is a tool designed to make it easy for Ridgefield residents to get involved, participate in community decisions and provide ideas and feedback on a variety of topics affecting our community. Register for a free, anonymous account and begin sharing your ideas and feedback directly with the City today!
The following projects are currently actively seeking public input:
- Roundabout Design: Help guide the landscape design process for new roundabouts! Complete the Design Elements Survey and share your ideas for landscaping design of the inner circle of Ridgefield roundabouts. Submit your input by Friday, June 11: https://ridgefieldroundtable.org/roundabout-design
- Transportation Safety Plan: What transportation safety concerns do you have in Ridgefield? The City is working on a Transportation Safety Plan that will prioritize future projects and be used to apply for grant funding. Use an online mapping tool to identify areas with existing transportation safety concerns. Submit your input by Thursday, June 24th: https://ridgefieldroundtable.org/transportation-safety-plan
- Refuge Park: What park features would you like to see in the future park planned adjacent to the Off Leash Dog Park? The City is working on design concept for Refuge Park, adding additional public park space around the off-leash dog park on Hillhurst. Share your preferences and ideas for park features: https://ridgefieldroundtable.org/refuge-park
The Ridgefield Roundtable engagement platform is also home to the City’s Fact or Fiction Q&A page. On this page, you can submit a question or rumor you have heard and receive a direct response from the relevant City Department. Questions and answers are posted publicly to create a resource for other community members.
Head to RidgefieldRoundtable.org and Join the Conversation today!