Chip and Seal Begins Monday, June 24

City crews plan to chip seal Business Loop 70, from Creasy Springs Road to Stadium Boulevard on Monday, July 24, weather permitting. Motorists, nonmotorized transportation users and pedestrians should exercise caution in these areas while crews are working. Minor delays may occur. The work is part of the 2017 Pavement Management […]

Bike Marking Survey

Columbia Public Works is asking the public to view experimental bike pavement markings at four Columbia intersections and then take an online survey. The experimental bike markings are currently located on the northbound and southbound approaches of Garth and Broadway, Garth and Worley, West Boulevard and Worley, and West Boulevard […]

MKT-Parkade Bike Boulevard Update

The MKT to Parkade Bike Boulevard is moving along and we’ve got an update for you. The city is submitting the plans to MODOT this week and if they have no additional comments, the project will go out to bid in mid to late June. Any construction would start in September […]

City Meeting on Stormwater

The City of Columbia invites you to a community meeting to discuss the Integrated Management Plan (IMP) for Wastewater and Stormwater on Wednesday, June 28 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Activity and Recreation Center (ARC) The IMP is a long-term planning effort by the City to address critical infrastructure and meet […]

Movies in the Park returns to Cosmo Park

The annual Movies in the Park series will return this year to Cosmo Park, 1615 Business Loop 70 W, near Nickell Shelter. Columbia Parks and Recreation shows family-friendly movies monthly on a giant inflatable screen. The first movie of the series will be Zootopia (PG), starting at 8:30 p.m. on […]

Central Neighborhood Meeting & Dinner is April 6

As part of the 2016-2019 Strategic Plan, the City of Columbia will host a follow-up meeting in the Central neighborhood on Thursday, April 6 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at Bliss Adult Day Care, 203 N. Providence Road 201. The meeting is open to all residents in the Central Neighborhood (map attached). […]

Vision Zero Discussion Sessions

The City of Columbia City Manager Mike Matthes seeks public input as he works to form the Vision Zero Action Plan. Vision Zero is an international movement, designed to improve the safety and well-being of communities. It is a philosophy of transportation system design and operations that asserts: safety is […]

Public Inconvenience Fees

The City Council has proposed a Public Inconvenience Fee that charges private developers for every linear foot of sidewalk, parking lane, and traffic lane closed during a construction project. (Read more about this here and here). The Loop CID Board does have concerns about any proposal that would dampen future […]