Pedestrian Advisory Committee
About the committee
Flagstaff's Pedestrian Advisory Committee (PAC) is a group of seven citizens who are appointed by and report to the City's Transportation Commission on issues related to planning for and accommodation of pedestrians.
The PAC meets on the second Thursday of each month at 4:30 pm in the Council chambers on the first floor of Flagstaff City Hall. The public is invited and encouraged to attend! Meetings are also streamed live at this link, or you can watch archived videos of previous meetings.
Pedestrian issues currently under consideration by the PAC include:
- Active Transportation Master Plan
- Sidewalk inventory and prioritization
- Evaluation of pedestrian environment on major streets and intersections
- Safe Routes to School
- Flagstaff Walks!
- Targeted enforcement of pedestrian laws in school zones
- Community walking maps
- FUTS trail planning and prioritization
- Sidewalk maintenance and snow removal
- Crosswalk safety
Follow the Pedestrian Advisory Committee
If you would like to receive email notification of agendas for the monthly meeting of the PAC, as well as other information of interest regarding pedestrian issues, go to the Notify Me page and subscribe to the Pedestrian Advisory Committee list.
- Brandon Cruickshank, chair
- Matt McGrath
- Jodi Norris
- Zach Schwartz
- Jack Welch
- Shay Zimmer
- One vacancy
If you would like to serve on the Pedestrian Advisory Committee, please follow this link to submit an application.
Annual meeting dates
Latest agenda & minutes
Previous agendas & minutes
Enacting authority for the Pedestrian Advisory Committee is found in Chapter 2-12 of Flagstaff City Code. Click this link to download this chapter.
Martin Ince, multimodal transportation planner