Thu, Apr 16, 6:00 PM Downtown Carlisle Association offices at 53 South Street (basement) https://carlislewestside.nextdoor.com/events/278715/ Are you interested in making Carlisle a more pedestrian friendly place? Do often walk or bike to places in town? Do you have kids and want to make their walk to school safer? Great! Come out next Thursday (4/16) at… Read More Carlisle Walk-ability/Bike-ability Working Group
The Carlisle Neighborhood Alliance is a network of residents who have come together to develop a sense of community and build relationships between each other and the downtown. To make this vision a reality, we will be focusing on seven working groups (six included in this survey) made up of local residents and community partners… Read More Help Carlisle become a more Vibrant, Connected and Playful Community!
Additional and expanded proposed changes related to the Carlisle Urban Redevelopment Plan were presented in May 2014. There are expanded options related to the design and landscaping around the sites and along the main routes connecting them.
It looks like the borough’s bike trail routing system is already in its installation process. The Sentinel interviewed Andrea Crouse, director of Carlisle Parks and Recreation, and she noted “Work started in December with the installation of signs marking roads that will also function as bicycle routes through the town” A $539,643 grant was given to the… Read More New Bike Route Signage For Borough Streets
The Downtown Carlisle Association has been providing updates on the road diet and came up with a quick list of facts/FAQs about bicycling in Carlisle and using the new bike lanes. This is super helpful information for bicyclists, drivers and pedestrians. Any additional questions can be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org. THE FACTS about Bicycling in Downtown… Read More Bicycling in Downtown Carlisle-The Facts