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1 State of Morrisville Mayor Mark Stohlman July 17, 2014

2 Overview Established 1875 Population: 21,250 2000 Population: 8,049 Land Area: 9.8 square miles Median Family Income: $88,807 Median Age: 32.5 Residential Units: 8,357 Source: American FactFinder Census 2010 Data and Internal Data Sources

3 FY2014 Accomplishments Morrisville ranked #4 Top Cities in NC by Movoto Morrisville ranked #8 Best Place for Homeownership by NerdWallet Comprehensive Annual Financial Report completed with no findings Distinguished Budget Presentation Award with three special recognitions McCrimmon Transit Small Area Plan receives award from the NC Chapter of the American Planning Association Ground Breaking Ceremony for Church Street Park site

4 FY2014 Completed Projects Adopted Unified Development Ordinance Telecommunications Master Plan NC54 Multi-use Path at 540 Multiple Road Repairs & Paving Projects Paramount Parkway with added sharrows James Jackson Southport Drive Kudrow Lane

5 FY2015 Upcoming Projects Major road project (TBD) evaluation and design Continued progress on 54 Bypass Expanded street maintenance Public Safety Radio replacements Morrisville branding initiatives Enhanced citizen engagement, including streaming Town Council meetings and a comprehensive community survey Morrisville Aquatics and Fitness Center comprehensive study Public Works facility needs study

6 NCDOT Projects Under Construction Morrisville Parkway Grade Separation Construction of Railroad Bridge Over Morrisville Parkway Add Traffic Signals at Intersection of Crabtree Crossing Parkway and Morrisville Parkway Add Sidewalks on Both Sides of Morrisville Parkway Between Crabtree Crossing Parkway and Bristol Creek Drive Requires Two Closures of Morrisville Parkway Between Crabtree Crossing Parkway and Bristol Creek Drive: A 7-Day Closure Beginning Around July 28 th A 6-Month Closure in 2016 Add Turn Lanes on Morrisville-Carpenter Road at Town Hall Drive (as Mitigation for Road Closure Detour) Hopson Road Grade Separation Construction of Railroad Bridge over Hopson Road in Durham County Project Will Close Church Street Railroad Crossing at NC 54 Church Street Will Be Realigned to Keystone Park Drive, Which Will Be Extended to Hopson Road

7 NCDOT Projects Under Construction Continued Morrisville-Carpenter Road Widening & Davis Drive Intersection Improvement Project Town is Participating in Project – Providing $250,000 of Payment-In-Lieu Funds Paid by Grace Park Developer and $98,000 Out of General Fund Smooth out “hump” in Davis Drive Intersection and Add Pedestrian Crossing Signals and Crosswalks at all Four Quadrants Widen Morrisville-Carpenter Road, Adding Curb, Gutter and Sidewalk, Between Leafy Creek Drive and Gratiot Drive Additional Pavement Will Be Striped as Wide Shoulder and Turn Lane – No Travel Lane Add Mid-Block Crossing at Grace Park/Morrisville Market Greenways and at Savannah Neighborhood

8 NC54 Bypass/McCrimmon Parkway Extension Project Largest Bond-Financed Roadway Project in Town History – $14.3 Million Bond Approved By Voters in 2012 Will Extend McCrimmon Parkway from NC 54 to Aviation Parkway at Evans Road 2-Lane Section from Airport Boulevard to Aviation Parkway on 4-Lane Right-of-Way Potential to Improve Existing Intersection at McCrimmon Parkway and NC 54 By Adding Additional Westbound Lanes and Improve Railroad Crossing Engineering/Design and Permitting Under Way – Construction Expected to Start in 2016

9 NCDOT I-40 Interchange Projects Aviation Parkway Proposed Project Will Construct Aviation Northbound to I-40 Westbound Loop Entrance Ramp in Northeast Quadrant Construction Preliminarily Scheduled for 2017-2018 Airport Boulevard Convert Existing Quadrant Interchange to a Diverging Diamond Interchange Construction Preliminarily Scheduled for 2020-2021

10 Morrisville’s Future Population Growth

11 Destination Morrisville Greater Raleigh Visitor’s Bureau: Town of Morrisville

12 Questions? Mayor Mark Stohlman July 17, 2014

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