Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization Wants Your Input

CHEYENNE – The Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) is updating its Public Participation Plan and needs your help. “It is our intention that this plan will be developed in consultation with the public, therefore, the MPO staff has prepared a survey intended to give us an understanding of the best ways to inform and engage the citizens within the Cheyenne urban area in the transportation planning process,” said Tom Mason, MPO Director. The MPO community engagement survey contains question regarding the following items: 1. General knowledge of the MPO and regional transportation planning processes. 2. Obstacles that prevent participation in the transportation planning process. 3. Better ways to keep citizens informed about regional transport planning issues. The public is encouraged to take the survey. The survey can be done online at (estimated time to complete survey is 5 minutes). Or by picking up a paper copy can be found at the following locations: a. Laramie County Library- public bulletin board - 2200 Pioneer Avenue b. City Clerk’s Office, City Municipal Building - 2101 O’Neil Avenue c. Laramie County Auto Titles and Licenses Offices – 309 W. 20th Street d. County Planning Office front counter -3966 Archer Parkway e. Cheyenne Transit Office – 322 W. Lincolnway f. Cheyenne Senior Center – 2101 Thomes Avenue All surveys must be completed and submitted by October 19, 2015. For more information, call the MPO Office at 638-4385. The Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization is the transportation planning entity for the urban region of Laramie County. #shortgo