Together, we have begun tackling the repair of sidewalks for ADA compliance and implemented the 84th Avenue upgrades. However, we still have a lot of work to do and it’s going to require South Thornton to make their voice heard at city hall. As the N-Line has been built, we need to ensure that it represents the beautiful character of South Thornton and the people who live here.
We need safe, clean, and reliable transit options throughout South Thornton – options that allow members of our community to get to local businesses and their places of work – whether that’s in another part of Thornton, or elsewhere in the metro region. With you help, we can continue to improve our mobility throughout Thornton.
Paid for by: Jacque Phillips For Thornton City Council