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Sign Campaign: Zoning Reform for Complete Neighborhoods

Sign Campaign: Zoning Reform for Complete Neighborhoods Say Yes to Housing! The City of Roanoke is using a sign campaign to promote text amendments that expand housing opportunities. If you would like to receive a free sign, they will be available at the September and October Open House Meetings. If you [...]

Open House Meetings: Zoning Reform for Complete Neighborhoods

Open House Meetings Unable to attend a meeting? Provide your feedback here. Click here to view meeting materials. Belmont Library Branch Wednesday, February 7 4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Location: 1101 Morningside St. SE R.S.V.P on Facebook Melrose Library Branch Thursday, February 8 4:00 [...]

Heat Ready Roanoke

Climate change is one of the most important issues of our time and has major health and healthcare implications. Of all the weather-related disasters, heat waves cause the most deaths every year in the United States, and climate change will increase their frequency, duration, and intensity. Heat exposure and health risks are closely [...]

Open House Meeting: Lick Run Site Revitalization

Open House Meeting: Lick Run Site Revitalization The City of Roanoke was awarded a Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) grant to acquire and remove the CeeBreeze Property and create permanent open space. The City is looking for input from the neighborhood on what the future of this area should look like. [...]

Traffic Safety Quiz

Thank you for your interest in the 2022 Roanoke Pedestrian Safety Campaign Quiz. The campaign ended on May 27, 2022. To learn more about the campaign, please visit PlanRoanoke.org/PedestrianSafety. While you're here... We are currently seeking community feedback for the following projects. Please take a minute and [...]

Traffic Safety Quiz – Thanks

[quiz_result] Correct answers What should you do when you’re driving and you see the sign in the photo below? Slow down to 15 mph when indicated by flashing lights or by the hours posted on the sign When a person walking is hit by a driver traveling at 20 mph, nine out of ten [...]

No Need to Speed Campaign Pledge

Thank you for your interest in the No Need to Speed® campaign pledge. The Roanoke pedestrian safety campaign ended on August 15, 2021. To learn more about the campaign, please visit PlanRoanoke.org/PedestrianSafety. Get Involved Download Final Report Form 2020 Campaign While you're here... [...]

Pedestrian Safety Campaign Crash Analysis

City of Roanoke Pedestrian Involved Crashes 2014-2018 City of Roanoke staff looked at where crashes between vehicles and pedestrians have happened. The City found that too many pedestrian-involved crashes are related to crosswalks. The map on the right shows the areas where there were pedestrian-involved crashes between 2014 and 2018. The project team is [...]

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