Bicycle and Trail Advisory Committee
The Bicycle and Trail Advisory Committee (BTAC) was created on September 24. 2003 via Resolution No. 2003-87.
To assure implementation of the city’s plan and policies related to bicycle and pedestrian trails and to advise the Governing Body on such matters.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
The Committee shall:
(a) Prioritize bicycle and pedestrian trail related projects to be completed using CIP, state and federal funds;
(b) Review all phases of the projects' design and construction;
(c) Advise on policies, programs and ordinances as they relate to bicycle and pedestrian trail safety, design and construction;
(d) Organize media and educational campaigns to provide information and promote bicycle and pedestrian trail related activities and education;
(e) Work with other agencies for the enhancement of city and county trail systems;
(f) Review and recommend Parks Master Plan updates related to trails;
(g) Seek funding from city, state and federal sources;
(h) Pursue designation of the city of Santa Fe as a bicycle friendly city; and
(i) Advise on policies, projects, ordinances and funding as they relate to cycling and pedestrians as safe alternative means of transportation on roads and trails.
The Committee shall consists of:
- Member of City Council who shall also serve as its Chair; and
- Eight (8) members of the public of whom seven (7) shall be City residents and one (1) who maybe County resident.
Members shall represent a balance of recreational, commuter, biking, pedestrian, youth and neighborhood groups users.
Two years with no limitation to reappointment. Members shall serve at the pleasure of the Governing Body and may be removed at any time with or without cause.
Every Wednesday of the month starting at 5:30 pm at City Council Chambers.