The City of Fergus Falls is working to develop a Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. You can use this site to contribute your ideas and comments, learn more about the project, and connect with us.
Online Survey is now live!
We'd like to know your experiences around walking and biking in Fergus Falls, the type of facilities you prefer, and your priorities for future investments.
Please visit the plan's survey so we can receive your ideas and preferences!
Click to visit the Project Survey >
Wikimap is now live!
Use our interactive online map (Wikimap) to add your ideas and comments - including places where it's difficult to walk or bike, your ideas for improvement, and routes you would use if they existed or were improved.
Click to visit the Wikimap >
Registration for the Plan's Kick-Off VIRTUAL Public Workshop is now open!
Registration is now open for the Plan's an ONLINE VIRTUAL Kick-off Visioning Workshop.
The Kick-off Workshop is scheduled for Thursday, September 17 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm via ZOOM (to register, please click on this link: http://bit.ly/ffbikepedplan ).
The workshop will include a brief presentation followed by visioning exercises and discussion to help define goals for the future of walking and biking in the city.
Results from the session will help orient the Plan's recommendations.
Work on the new plan has started!
We're glad to announce that work on the City's Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan has begun! A Request for Proposal process has been completed and a consultant has been selected and hired.
Twin Cities firm Community Design Group (CDG) will work closely with City staff and residents to develop the plan.
The consultant is working with the newly-assembled Project Steering Committee (PSC) and City Staff to develop an initial inventory of existing walk / bike assets in the City, engage Fergus Falls residents in providing guidance to the plan, and prepare recommendations for improving walking and biking in the City.
An online survey and a Wikimap (online interactive map) to collect your ideas. Your comments will be used to guide the plan's recommendations.