Azusa Walks is a one-year effort to develop the City’s first Pedestrian Master Plan. Azusa Walks will provide an overview of the pedestrian travel network in the City, identify barriers and provide options to improve conditions that will encourage walking. Azusa Walks will make walking in the City safer, comfortable, convenient and more accessible for pedestrians of all ages and abilities.
Benefits of developing Azusa Walks include:
Increases pedestrian safety
Provides an alternative to driving
Connects to transit
Increases social interactions on streets
Improves physical and mental health
Builds strong communities and livable neighborhoods
Over the course of the next year the project team will conduct a number of activities to inform development of the plan, including:
Collect public input and feedback via a survey, focus groups, and outreach
Conduct presentations to update stakeholders and the public on our progress
Collect counts of pedestrians currently walking on city streets
Review of citywide pedestrian collision data
Advisory Committee The project is supported by an advisory committee composed of members of the Azusa Planning Commission, Parks & Recreation Commission, Senior Advisory Committee, Azusa Unified School District and Azusa Pacific University.
Elizabeth Ramirez, Planning Commission
Mitchell Loera, Parks & Recreation Commission
Christell Hutchinson, Senior Advisory Committee
Anjelica Juarez, Azusa Unified School District
Maureen Taylor, Azusa Pacific University
How can I get involved? People who live, work, or play in Azusa are invited to help the City develop plans for a safer, healthier, more walkable Azusa.
Take the project survey and sign up for project emails. Share images and thoughts on walking in Azusa on social media by using the hashtag #AzusaWalks.
Azusa Walks is made possible by a grant from the Southern California Association of Governments.