Town Administrator's Weekly Update
four way stop sign

Town Administrator          October 14, 2019

Completed Downtown Parking Study
On Tuesday evening, Troy Russ, a consultant with Kimley-Horn and Associates, Inc., presented final recommendations and findings from the completed Downtown Parking Traffic Study.

The study, which began in June, explored the area of Holbrook to Kattell streets between Evans and Balcolm streets. The planning and design engineering consultants recommended four-way stops, modifying intersections and consideration of time limited parking. An additional recommendation is to develop agreements with businesses for additional parking on evenings and weekends.

This week, the Town installed a four-way stop at Briggs and Wells streets on the recommendation of the completed study. The four-way stop will provide a better view of oncoming vehicles on Briggs Street, and offer drivers the ability to negotiate the intersection more effectively.

 
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Coffee and Conversations

Coffee & Conversations

Erie residents are invited to join Mayor Carroll and other Board of Trustee members for Coffee & Conversations.

This is an opportunity to speak with Erie’s elected officials, ask questions and discuss issues or concerns related to the Town of Erie.  There will not be a formal presentation, so please stop by whenever you can to chat.  Coffee and water will be provided.

• Who:    Erie Residents
• What:   Coffee & Conversations with Mayor Carroll
• When:   Saturday, October 19 | 8:00 a.m.- 9:30 a.m.
• Where: Briggs Room, Erie Community Center 
chip seal treatment

Chip Seal

On Saturday, A-1 Chip Seal performed work on County Line Road and Vista Parkway. A-1 Chip Seal will begin work on Erie Parkway from County Road 5 to I-25 on Wednesday, October 16 through Friday, October 18, weather permitting.

Accounting Manager

Human Resources

The Town is seeking a Finance Manager and an Accounting Manager. These new positions are the result of an updated organizational structure, and are pending Board approval on October 22. For more...

Pink for Breast Cancer Awareness

Police

In support of breast cancer awareness month, some Police Department employees have added a few pink highlights to their uniform.

The Police Department received a few reports of coyote encounters; most recently an attack on a pet. View some tips on how to coexist with coyotes.
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