The city of Newton plans to host a public meeting for a project to improve the safety and accessibility of roads and sidewalks in Newton Highlands.
The project includes the intersection of Walnut and Lincoln streets near Route 9, along with sections of Station Avenue, as well as Centre, Floral, and Hartford streets, according to a statement.
The goals include improving the accessibility and safety of the area’s sidewalks and roadways, the statement said. It also would include “best management practices” for stormwater mitigation and phosphorus reduction; and add new lighting, benches, public art, and landscaping.
The virtual meeting is scheduled to be held Wednesday, Nov. 2 from 6 to 8 p.m. A link to the upcoming session is available on the city’s website, newtonma.gov.
The city asked people to provide suggestions on how to improve the neighborhood by contacting officials at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-796-1006.
People can also join the Newton Highlands project e-mail list by completing an online form available at surveymonkey.com/r/HDVSYGK.
“This is an opportunity to hear about the community feedback received to date and share your thoughts on the initial design alternatives for the village center,” the statement said.
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