o Thirty-six (36) miles of bike routes are established and signed to encourage alternative modes
o The State Street Farmer's Market is operated during the summer months and encourages the
local production, delivery, and sale of farm products.
o The system of pedestrian signals in the downtown is being expanded.
o New pedestrian sidewalks are being installed using grant funds to encourage safe walking
routes to and from Fairmount School.
o New sidewalks were installed near BMS, and sidewalk replacement occurs routinely.
o A new regional Intelligent Transportation System plan was completed.
o Bike racks have been placed downtown and in other locations
to encourage biking.
o Encourage the retention of existing large trees in new
development as part of landscaping and buffer plans.
o Maintain ridges and knobs as forested areas with limited
o Erosion and sediment control regulations have been established.
o Zero-lot line and residential cluster development provisions to provide optional methods for
land development which encourage imaginative solutions to environmental design problems.
o Steep slope land regulations have been established.