City of Destin seeks public input on improving pedestrian access to Parks and Public Facilities

The City of Destin is hosting a public meeting on February 24th at 9 a.m. at the City Hall Annex (Council Chambers) located at 4100 Indian Bayou Trail. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the City’s ADA Transition Plan for Pedestrian Walking Facilities. 

  • The Departments of Community Development and Public Works are seeking public input on pedestrian access to the City’s parks and public facilities/areas, as well as suggestions on how best to improve the City’s existing pedestrian infrastructure.

In a press release, the City of Destin stated their commitment to providing pedestrian access to parks and public facilities/areas to all persons, including those with disabilities. This meeting provides an important opportunity for the public to provide feedback and offer input on how to best ensure safe pedestrian access within the community.

The meeting will include presentations from City officials on steps taken to survey existing conditions such as sidewalks, ramps, and crosswalks. Implementation plans and schedules to improve these existing assets will also be discussed.

  • Individuals who wish to provide written questions and comments before the meeting can do so by emailing These questions and comments will be addressed during the meeting. 
  • A sign language interpreter will also be present at the meeting.

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