The Town of Grand Chute Pedestrian and Bicycle Strategy was originally adopted in 2013. An update was conducted in 2018/19, and the updated document was adopted by the Town Board on May 21, 2019. A link to the current document is below. The update recognizes recent progress made in Grand Chute by establishing a current inventory of existing facilities. The updated document also reevaluates and analyzes future needs for additional pedestrian and bicycle facilities in the community. The Town recognizes that a comprehensive and connected network of pedestrian and bicycle facilities is a crucial component of making Grand Chute a great place to live, work, and play. Efforts to enhance the bicycle and pedestrian network have been supported by staff, elected officials, developers, and residents. Continued progress is being made to eliminate gaps and remove barriers in the pedestrian and bicycle network, encouraging active transportation options and increasing physical activity.
Grand Chute Pedestrian and Bicycle Strategy
Desired Access. The word cloud below shows the places that residents want to safely access by foot or bicycle. The larger the font, the more popular the destination.
Desired Facilities. The word cloud below shows what type of accommodations the Town should construct to allow residents to travel safely and conveniently throughout the community. The larger the font, the more requested the type of facility.