Streetscape Scoping Study

Status: In Progress

The Village Trustees chose to move forward with the streetscape redesign elements proposed in the Vital Village Plan by applying for a grant through the Agency of Transportation to conduct a Scoping Study, which was awarded in 2020. Currently underway, this scoping study looks at improvements that could be made to key blocks of Main and Depot Street as originally outlined in the Vital Village Master Plan. When complete, this scoping study will help the community understand the budgeting requirements to implement streetscape improvements, and position the Village to access the state and federal grants necessary to approach the construction phase.

Project Management Team
Jon Elwell – Village Manager and Scoping Study Project Manager,
Gary Denton – Village Public Works
Greta Brunswick – NRPC
Sean Kio – Town of Enosburgh Economic Development
Peter Pochop – Vtrans

Consultant Team
Julia Ursaki – Dubois & King
Dayton Crites – Dubois & King
Chris Sargent – Dubois & King
Emily Lewis – Dubois & King

Public Input Opportunities
The Scoping Study has held two public meetings to discuss potential impacts and community concerns of these proposed streetscape improvements.

Local Concerns Meeting 12/3/2020 – Presentation / Minutes

Alternatives Meeting 4/28/2020 – Presentation / Minutes / Recording

There are posters placed in the windows of the Perley Building at 366 Main Street. You are welcomed to visit them in person to get a sense of the projects being proposed. You may also download them here for digital review. After reviewing proposed alternatives, please take a moment to fill out the alternatives review survey below. If you have other concerns or questions, please get in touch with a member of the Project Management team.

Alternatives Online Survey

The deadline to submit is July 8th, 2021