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Child Access Routing Plan
Majestic Elementary School
School Traffic Safety Committee Members
Principal: Dave Wallace
School Safety Facilitator: Danielle Short
PTA President: Angie Francom
School Custodian: Ken Miles
School Resource Officer: Glen Glammell, Harrisville Police Department
Chairman, Community Council: Angie Francom
The following people approved of the Child Access Routing Plan given the current existing conditions:
_____________________________________ 1. Dave Wallace, Principal
_____________________________________ 2. Danielle Short, School Safety Facilitator
_____________________________________ 3. Angie Francom, PTA President
_____________________________________ 4. Glen Glammell, Harrisville Police
_____________________________________ 5. Representative, Harrisville City
_____________________________________ 5. Representative, North Ogden City
_____________________________________ 5. Representative, Pleasant View City
_____________________________________ 6. Angie Francom, Community Council
- Written School Plan
1.1 Location: Majestic Elementary School
425 West 2550 North
Harrisville, Utah 84414
1.2 Existing Traffic Controls:
- 4-Way Stop, 2425 North 450 West (with crosswalks on 3-sides)
- 3-Way Stop, 2425 North 350 West
- 3-Way Stop; 2300 N 450 W
- 2-Way Stop, 2300 North 600 West
- 2-Way Stop, 2150 North 600 West
- 2-Way Stop, 2550 North 600 West
- Single Stop, 2550 North 350 West (Hillsborough)
- Single Stop, 2550 North 450 West
- Single Stop, 2550 North 575 West
- Single Stop, 2550 North 600 West
- Single Stop, 2350 North 350 West
- Single Stops, 2300 North 350 West, 375 West, 400 West, 500 West, 550 West, 650 West, 700 West, 750 West.
- Single Stop, 2150 North 750 West
- Single Stop, 2125 North 500 West
- Yield, 2100 North 150 East
- Single Stop, 2050 North 150 East
- 2-way Stop, 2000 N 150 East
- Single Stop, 2000 North 425 West, 550 West, 600 West, 425 West
- Yield 1900 North 300 East
- Single Stop, 1875 North 200 West
- Yield 1875 North 150 West
- 2-way Stop/Yield 1875 North 150 East
1.3 Sidewalks needed:
a. approximately 180 yards of sidewalk from 400 West to 290 West along 2550 North
1.4 Established Narrow School Routes: 2550 North from 166 West to Hwy. 89
1.5 Future Growth area:
Nothing notable that we are aware of
1.6 Present Access Routes: See Maps A & B
Student populations East of Majestic Elementary (See Map A)
Colonial Springs Condos (2550 North Charleston) (See Map A)
Students would then proceed along the available sidewalks on the south side of 2550 North. Students should be cautious of two areas that lack sidewalk and have minimum shoulder area at approximately 290 West ß à400 West because of the traffic speeds and volume associated with 2550 North.
The Cove Apartments (255 West 27000 North (See Map A)
Students will need to cross 2550 North with the assistance of an adult crossing guard at the crosswalk located at Hillsborough Drive Pleasant View City has provided the crossing guard, school zone signage, and flashing lights.
Student populations South of Majestic Elementary (See Map B)
Students living as far south as 1900 North may access the school by using sidewalks that travel along 150 East to 2150 North or at 200 West to 2150 North; 225 West to 2300 North, to 2425 North. Students should be cautious crossing 2000 North at 150 East or 200 West. Students will access the school property at two entry points located in the south-east and south-west corners of the school property. A paved walking track and bike racks are available on school property.
Student populations West of Majestic Elementary (See Map B)
Students living along 750 West are encouraged to use 2300 North to 600 West to 2425 North and access the school property at two entry points located in the south-east and south-west corners of the school property. A paved walking track and bike racks are available on school property.
Student populations North of Majestic Elementary
Most students who live North of 2700 North are bussed.
1.7 Bicycle Routes
Students who live south, east, and west of Majestic Elementary should use the same routes as the walkers. Bicycle safety practices should be used. Bicycle racks are available on school campus. Bicycle riders are expected to walk their bikes while on school campus and at all crossings.
The majority of students to the north of Majestic Elementary is bussed and should avoid riding bicycles to school because of the traffic concerns associated with 2700 North and 2550 North.
1.8 Bus loading and unloading areas: See Map C
Private vehicles should avoid the Bus-lane section of the large parking lot when busses are present. Students should always be accompanied by an adult when walking through the parking lot. All patrons should be cautious when walking through the parking lot when busses are present.
1.9 Vehicle loading and unloading areas: See Map C
Students are being dropped off on school campus should not be dropped off on 2550 North. It is requested that they be dropped off in the “Kindergarten” drop-off/pick-up area when busses are present and on the curb of the large parking lot when busses are not present. Students should always be accompanied by an adult when walking through the parking lot. Students may also be dropped off at the curb behind the school along 2425 North.
2550 North: The lack of sidewalks, ditch (with water), open well, lack of shoulder, speeds and volume of traffic make 2550 North an area of concern.
2000 North/150 East: The traffic along 2000 North is a concern.
- 1_Map A: East population access route
- 2_Map B: South population access route
- 3_Map C: Loading/Unloading areas for parent vehicles and busses
- 1_2550 North: Improved road expansion, sidewalks, or an alternative walking path that would be completely separate from 2550 North.
- 2_Painted crossings at 2000 North and 200 West
- 3_Additional signage, lighting, cross-walks, and crossing guards at 2000 N and 200 W
Note: In August, 2016, Pleasant View City provided a much needed cross-walk, safety lights, and crossing guard at the intersection of Hillsborough Dr and 2550 North. This investment has significantly improved the safety of this location. Pleasant View City continues to develop plans that will address sidewalk issues along the south of 2550 N.