Rice Street Visioning Study Community Engagement

Contact us
Screen capture of Rice Street comment map
Rice Street Visioning Study online comment map

Public engagement is a key part of the Rice Street Visioning Study! We want to know how you use Rice Street. Where do you go? What are your concerns? What would make Rice Street a better place for everyone?

The project team will actively engage and listen to the community through fall 2021. At this time engagement is limited by social distancing guidelines and the coronavirus pandemic. We're pursuing creative ways to connect until we can meet in person again.

Share your feedback

Please share your thoughts and insights with the project team:

Subscribe to Rice Street study updates

Previous engagement

Beginning of tab section with 3 tabs. Left and right arrow keys will navigate between tab navigation links.

2020 online engagement series

Virtual open house Nov. 18, 2020

An online open house was held Nov. 18 to share information about the current phase of the study, collect community input and introduce potential road design concepts.

Submit feedback on design concepts

Potential design solutions

In late summer and fall 2020, the design team will share information on several design solutions that can help address concerns and define the community-driven vision.

View design solution topics and share feedback

Existing conditions engagement series

Traveling on Rice Street

People use Rice Street in a variety of ways. Whether driving, biking or walking, using transit or commuting, each mode of transportation needs to be safe and effective.

Who is using Rice Street?

Learn more about the people, neighborhoods, history, culture, businesses and jobs along Rice Street. These areas provide a better understanding of the people using Rice Street and their needs.

Community liaisons

Community liaisons are local artists who will help lead engagement projects throughout the study.

July 2020 video updates

Summary of past in-person events

The project team has listened to and talked with community members at community festivals, open houses and meetings with community representatives at the Rice Street Library, Rice-Larpenteur Alliance, Rice Street Gardens, InProgress Art Gallery and Neighbor Works.  Additionally, we have made numerous one-on-one connections with key community leaders and groups to better understand community needs and connect with people.

Back to tab navigation. End of tab content.

Community engagement overview