Hwy 14 Corridor Study
Welcome to the Hwy 14 Corridor Study page. The City has hired Bolton & Menk to complete a study of the area from Anson Street to the Iowa River along the 3rd Avenue/Hwy 14 Corridor. The study will look at items such as land use, transportation and community appearance.
This study is being funded thanks to the Martha-Ellen Tye Foundation, the Region 6 Planning Commission and the City of Marshalltown.
Opportunities for input have been available throughout the plan process. This has included an open house at the very beginning of the plan development phase on January 31, 2018. The data gathered from the approximate 50 attendees helped put together some great ideas and possibilities for improvements in each of the four focus areas.
We then took the focus area information to each area with a series of meetings in four locations. This was followed by an open house, which like the focus area meetings, was well attended. If you missed the open house on March 13, 2018, the information presented can be found here. If you would like to leave any additional feedback or comments, please click here and fill out the online form.
A final public open house will be held in early May 2018 to show how your input has been used to help create a vision for the Highway 14 Corridor.
Final Highway 14 Corridor Presentation - May 2nd at 5:30 PM
Join us for a final public presentation of the Highway 14 Corridor Study at the Orpheum from 5:30-7:30 PM
The Iowa DOT is also hosting an open house meeting regarding the Highway 14 project. The public is invited to attend Thursday, April 26th at 5:00 PM at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum.
The following pdf documents are from the March 13th public open house. The first document is the presentation. The following documents are copies of the presentation boards that were on display. Several of these boards continue to be on display in the Housing & Community Development Department.
- Hwy 14 Study - Presentation 3/13/18