Bikeway & Pedestrian Committee

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The SBPC recently submitted an application to The League of American Bicyclists to be assessed as a Bicycle Friendly Community. Regardless of whether Sandwich meets the conditions to be designated as a BFC, the assessment provides a road map for making the town more bicycle-friendly.

Part of the application process includes a public survey for residents, cyclists and advocates to share their experiences and perceptions.

The survey is available now, and should take 10-15 minutes to complete. Aggregated, anonymous responses will be shared with SBPC as part of the BFC Feedback Report.

The survey is open through March 24. In addition to submitting your responses, please share with your fellow residents and cyclists. The more feedback we have, the better.


  • 6:30 p.m.
  • Second Monday of every month
  • Sand Hill School Community Center, 16 Dewey Avenue,
    Sandwich, MA 02563

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.

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The Committee is comprised of five members with up to three alternates with three non-voting representatives: one from The Town of Sandwich Planning and Development Department, Engineering Department, Board of Selectmen, and five appointees from the Board of Selectmen. The five members will serve three-year overlapping terms. Any sitting member who is absent for four meetings in any given year will be asked to step down off the committee.


The Sandwich Bikeways/Pedestrian Committee's mission statement is "To preserve, promote, and enhance The Town of Sandwich's biking and walking resources. The Committee believes that seasonal and year-round bicycling and walking are important means of local transportation and popular activities in the town as well as contributing to our local economic growth and vitality."

Helpful Resources

For more information, please email the Planning and Development Office or call at 508-833-8001.