Public workshop set  Jan. 7 for LHS and City of Lewes pedestrian improvements

January 4, 2014

The City of Lewes, in conjunction with the Lewes Historical Society, is developing design plans for pedestrian improvements within Canalfront Park surrounding the Lewes Life-Saving Station.  This DelDOT-sponsored transportation alternatives project will provide new sidewalks, parking lot enhancements, additional lighting, and new landscaping to Canalfront Park.  There will also be sidewalk enhancements, including Americans with Disability Act accessible curb ramps on Shipcarpenter Road from Pilottown Road to Second Street.

The City of Lewes strongly encourages all interested residents to attend this workshop.  The project may require easements to construct the improvements.

The workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 7, at Lewes City Hall from 4 to 6 p.m.

Inquiries regarding the public workshop can be made by contacting Paul Eckrich, Lewes city manager, at or 302-645-7286, or Ann Gravatt, program manager, at the Department of Transportation, 302-760-2254.

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