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***IMPORTANT NOTICE: These clinics are for Franklin residents who are 65 and older only. Any appointments scheduled by individuals not in this category will be removed from the schedule.***
For all appointments scheduled, the SECOND DOSE will be automatically scheduled at the same time 4 weeks later. YOU MUST BE ABLE TO MAKE BOTH OF THESE DATES. You will NOT be able to reschedule the second appointment! At this time we continue to concentrate on those in Phase 1A as well as individuals 65 years and older. Please continue to monitor this website and the Health Department's Facebook page for updates on vaccine availability for any groups eligible beginning March 1, 2021.
After scheduling your appointment, please download and read the Emergency Use Authorization and V-safe documents provided within the Sign-Up Genius link.
If there are no more appointment times available, please continue to check the City of Franklin website weekly as we will add more clinics as vaccine becomes available to us. See additional vaccine distribution avenues for Seniors 65+.
Funding: In 2020, the City was unsuccessful in obtaining a Wisconsin Department of Transportation grant for this project. The Franklin Common Council authorized GRAEF to perform the full design with the intention of funding the project with accumulated Park Impact Fees in 2021. Construction funding was removed from the 2021 budget with the instruction to continue design and reapply for grant funding for 2022 (applications due in late 2021).
Project Status: GRAEF is continuing the development of plans. Topographical and environmental surveys have been completed and design is at about 30% complete The City has started discussions with the Archdiocese for acquisition of an easement around and through the St. Martin of Tour parish property. A landowner has agreed to provide land for a trail head at the crossing of W. Ryan Road if the future WisDOT grant is received. Applicable permitting has begun.
Questions: Please email comments or questions to City Engineer Glen Morrow or our Graef consultant Mary Beth Pettit. A Public Information Meeting will be scheduled sometime this summer; notices will be distributed/posted. Project exhibits remain posted in the hallway of City Hall (across from the Clerk's Office).
Exhibit 1 – S. 116th Street Trail Exhibit (South) - Waukesha County line to 8705 S. 116th Street
Exhibit 2 – S. 116th Street & St. Martin of Tours Trail Exhibit (North) – 8705 S. 116th Street to the Muskego Bike Trail
Exhibit 3 – Project Schedule
Exhibit 4 - Full Project Location Map
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