Supported budget allocation, design and implementation of Pierce Street Bike Facilities including community support campaign and encouragement for City Council to fund high-service level/context-sensative design.
Hosted well-attended inagural "Pedal to Patio" afterparty for Bike to Work Day.
Participated in League of American Bicyclists "Bicycle Community Friendly" visit.
Conducted Community Input Survey with over 100 responses. Presented results to the Mayor, City Manager, Director of Public Works and members of City Council.
3 ATAT Officers, 3 ATAT supporters and Public Works Director Scott Brink attended Colorado Bicycle Summit.
Successfully connected residents with elected leaders to re-instate $100,000 bicycle/pedestrian allocation in the 2015 budget.
Awarded $1000 budget from the City Manager's office to support community events and outreach in 2015.
Met with senior city staff and elected officials to request improved pedestrian crossing signal and speed reduction at 44th & Miller after a student was hit crossing the street in a crosswalk [project awarded in 2015].
Joined Bike JeffCo and Arvada's Healthy Places to create the C3 Working Group [Creating Connected Communities] to improve active transportation connections between Wheat Ridge and Arvada. These connections will serve incoming transit  and regional bike commuter corridors.
Conducted "Active Transportation on 38th Avenue Main Street Community Survey" with over 200 responses to inform ATAT leadership on design priorities moving forward.