How about something similar to what is in Rock Hill?
I'm very pleased to see Nextdoor Downtown come online today - congrats to whoever started it! See the image above of how much of Spartanburg's downtown area is covered by it. Good job, and good luck with your launch!
I hope to see more neighborhoods come online soon!
Thanks for the support, Phillip!
Could neighbors sharing Wi-Fi be enough? Interesting idea:
"I don't make houseguests sign in before "consuming" my water, electricity or heat. If neighbors need to borrow something—a cup of sugar, perhaps, or my lawnmower—they are welcome, no signature required. Why not bandwidth? My monthly cost for high-speed Internet is probably less than the value I receive as a homeowner by having happy neighbors who keep well-tended homes and look out for one another.
Perhaps my simple act of sharing will improve life in the neighborhood, if just a little."
A bike connection to the West Side would be fantastic. This needs to be a separate trail for bikers, joggers, walkers, etc. that is not connected with the vehicular traffic.
Can we also open the Hot Spot Skate Park up to bikes? That would open the park up to many other users. There are some good resources on why and how this should be done. (www.bikesbelong.org/resources/..., www.bikesbelong.org/assets/doc...) There are many places where this is a reality, why not Spartanburg?
The Bikes Belong Coalition was formed in 1999 as the national coalition of bicycle retailers and suppliers working to put more people on bikes more often. U.S. bicycle companies recognized that they could accomplish more for bicycling by working together than by working independently. From helping create safe places to ride to promoting...
The Spartanburg Trails and Greenways plan being spearheaded by Partners for Active Living includes some great proposed new trails along the creek that may connect the Cottonwood Trail to the Drayton Mill redevelopment area. This may happen!!