PaTHs 4 Bethlehem
In March of 2009, the PaTHs 4 Bethlehem (Pathways to Homes, Hamlets, and Healthy Hearts) committee was established with the mission of providing a resource that effectively uses a 5E approach (engineering, education, enforcement, engagement, and encouragement) to advise the town, educate the community, and advocate for opportunities to improve mobility and connectivity for bicyclists and pedestrians.
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Energy Efficiency Upgrades
The Town of Bethlehem recently completed lighting upgrades in town hall and work in the town highway garage has been scheduled. This work is estimated to have an annual energy savings of 111,051 kWh and an annual cost savings of $12,348. The upgrades were performed and partially funded through the National Grid Conservation Program.
Please contact the Engineering Division
for additional details and information.
Safe Routes to School Grant
The Town of Bethlehem has been awarded $500,000
in federal Safe Routes to School (SRTS) funding for sidewalks, handicap accessible ramps, and crosswalk markings along Delmar Place, Fernbank Avenue, and a portion of Adams Street near the Bethlehem Middle School, Hamagrael Elementary School, and St. Thomas the Apostle School.