Open BPAC Positions - APPLY TODAY!
The City of Mebane requests interested residents apply for three positions on its Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC) no later than Friday, January 26, 2024. The City seeks to fill one vacant City position, one vacant Alamance County position, and one open At Large position. Applicants should be experienced and knowledgeable of bicycle and pedestrian matters, including the City of Mebane Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan. The City desires for the BPAC to be representative of Mebane’s many neighborhoods and encourages individuals from across the City to apply. Applicants must reside within City limits or within the Alamance County Extraterritorial Jurisdiction. The BPAC operates as an advisory body to the Mebane City Council and is served by the City’s Planning staff. Current terms expire January 31, 2024, and new members will be appointed to three-year terms by the City Council in February 2024.
You can apply to the BPAC through any of the following options:
Since adoption of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan in 2015, the City of Mebane created the Mebane Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC) to advise the City Council on how to most effectively serve the bicycle, pedestrian, and related needs of Mebane. The BPAC includes seven members who meet monthly and are primarily supported by the City’s Planning and Recreation & Parks Departments. All BPAC members live in Mebane’s planning jurisdiction, bringing passion for the community and advocating for pedestrian and cyclist safety and accessibility.
The BPAC meets at 6:00 p.m. on the fourth Monday of each month. All meetings of the BPAC are open to the public.
For a GPS map of recommended bike routes, click here.