City officials will explain the policy to make streets friendly to vehicle, bike and pedestrian traffic.
City leaders hope to avoid future dust-ups with residents about street bicycle lanes by educating residents about the city's "complete streets" policy.
Adopted in 2008, the policy is a guide to make streets friendly to vehicle, pedestrian and bicycle traffic.
"A complete street is one that provides for all kinds of movement," said Gary Fox, the city's traffic engineer. "It's a new name for some of the same things that we have been doing for years, but on-street bicycling is not something that we've done as much with."