Historic City News has learned that the public is invited to participate in a Follow-up Design Workshop regarding the progress on creation of a Master Plan for the William Bartram Scenic & Historic Highway Corridor Management Council.
St. Johns County and consultant Glatting Jackson will hold the workshop on Wednesday, June 24, at the St. Johns County Northwest Annex, located at 725 Flora Branch Boulevard in St. Johns. The workshop includes several sessions, and the public is welcome to attend any or all:
· 1:30 – 2:30 pm: Corridor Architecture
· 2:30 – 3:30 pm: Shands Pier area Enhancements
· 3:30 – 4:30 pm: Logo and Signage Design
· 6:30 – 8:00 pm: Brochure and Newsletter Meeting
This workshop follows an initial design workshop held in January and will review the progress of the conceptual drawings related to corridor architecture, Shands Pier area enhancements, logo and signage improvements, and a brochure and newsletter.
The citizen-led William Bartram Scenic & Historic Highway Corridor Management Council is working in coordination with St. Johns County to develop a Master Plan for the Highway. This Master Plan will address recreation and open space improvements, signage and wayfinding, land development, and related transportation improvements.
State Road 13 has been designated a Florida Scenic Highway by FDOT.
For more information about the William Bartram Scenic & Historic Highway, the development of the Master Plan or the Follow-up Design Workshop, contact St. Johns County Principal Planner Vickie Renna at (904) 209-0615.