Past Public Meetings
Seeking Citizen Input on Completed Conceptual Plans
Design for the Buckner Lane Widening Project continues to progress following the initial public meeting held on January 14, 2020. The proposed widening is from Duplex Road north to Buckner Road. The City’s consultant, Kimley-Horn, as well as City officials have been working to complete conceptual plans for the alignment and configuration of the widening project.The minimizing of impacts to property owners along the corridor remains a key design objective as design progresses.The conceptual plan will serve in part as the basis for preparing preliminary plans, right-of-way plans, and final construction plans for both the north and south segments.Key design features include:
- Two lanes in either direction along with center turn lanes and decelerations at various intersections along the corridor.
- Medians are proposed as a traffic calming measure and to manage turn movements as well as to improve aesthetics along the corridor.
- A sidewalk and multi-use trail are proposed on either side of the street along with corresponded pedestrian crossings at signaled intersections to enhance walkability and safe pedestrian travel along the corridor.
While the City is not able to facilitate a face-to-face public meeting due to COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines, the City is providing presentation materials that include design details and aerial plan imagery depicting the conceptual alignment of the widening project along the entire corridor from Duplex Road to Buckner Road for viewing by the public as well as the latest project schedule. A citizen comment card is also provided HERE so that citizens may provide comments and questions directly to Kimley-Horn on the conceptual alignment that will be considered as the design process continues to progress. Comment cards are due by Wednesday, June 10, 2020.
Click HERE for enlargeable presentation.
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All public comments have been received and responded to. Click HERE for results.
Public Meeting 10.27.2020
The City of Spring Hill held a virtual Public Meeting for the Buckner Lane widening project on Tuesday, October 27, 2020 at 6:00pm and 7:00pm. The purpose of the meeting was to view the latest plan documentation for the North Segment of the Buckner Lane widening project along with an update on the project milestone schedule and future public meetings. Citizens were encouraged to attend and participate in the meeting that included a brief question and answer period following the briefing presentation. The first (6 pm) meeting can be viewed HERE and the second meeting (7 pm) can be viewed HERE.
Public Meeting 12.8.2020
The City of Spring Hill will conduct a virtual Public Meeting for the Buckner Lane widening project on Tuesday, December 8, 2020 at 6:00pm for property owners in Tracts 49, 53, 55-67, and 70 (Group A) and 7:00pm for property owners in Tracts 68, 69, 71-81, 84 and 85 (Group B). The purpose of the meeting will be to view the latest right-of-way and easement plan documentation for the North Segment of the Buckner Lane widening project along with more detailed information on the right-of-way and easement acquisition process. Affected property owners located in the North Segment are encouraged to attend and participate in the meeting that will include a brief question and answer period following the briefing presentation. The virtual public meeting can be accessed using the following link: https://bit.ly/BucknerLnDec20. Additional information regarding the virtual public meetings and a map detailing Tract numbers will be posted on the City’s project website using the following link: springhilltn.org/bucknerlanewp.
Public Meeting Held January 14, 2020
The City of Spring Hill held public meetings on Tuesday, January 14, 2020 for the Buckner Lane Widening Project. The proposed widening is from Duplex Road north to Buckner Road. Each public meeting session included a brief presentation of the initial conceptual alignment and cross-section including sidewalks and multi-use trails for the project. Representatives from the City’s consultant, Kimley-Horn, as well as City officials addressed questions and handouts (included here) were available. A mail-in comment card was provided and is also available here for residents to provide valuable input and concerns directly to Kimley-Horn.