Draft Ped/Bike Plan Now Available for Public Review
After a months-long planning process, the Draft Piedmont Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan is now available for public review and comment. The Draft Plan outlines the recommended pedestrian and bicycle improvements to be carried out in Piedmont over the next ten years. The Draft Plan can be accessed at the following links:
Draft Piedmont Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan (This is a large document, which may take several minutes to download)
The Draft Plan will be presented at the August meeting of the Planning Commission. The meeting will be held on Monday, August 11, 2014 at 5 pm in the Council Chambers in Piedmont City Hall (120 Vista Avenue). At the meeting, the City’s consultant on the plan will summarize the contents of the Draft Plan and be available to answer questions. The public is invited to the meeting to learn more about the Draft Plan and to provide any comments.
To submit comments on the Draft Plan to the Planning Commission, please either email your comments to City Planner Kate Black at email@example.com or mail them to 120 Vista Avenue, Piedmont, CA 94611 by Friday, October 3.
Additionally, the Draft Plan will also be presented to the Board of Education of the Piedmont Unified School District (PUSD). The meeting will be held on Wednesday, August 20, at 7 pm, also at the City Hall Council Chambers (120 Vista Avenue). The presentation to the PUSD Board will focus on improvements for creating “Safe Routes to School” to encourage Piedmont youth to walk or bike to school.
The CEQA document will be posted online and available for public review by the September 8 Planning Commission meeting. The CEQA document and any revisions to the Draft Plan will be presented at this meeting, including possible changes resulting from Commission and resident comments.
This Final Plan and CEQA document will be presented again to the Planning Commission at their October 13 meeting, and subsequently to the City Council for official adoption by the City.
For more information about the PBMP, contact Kate Black at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (510) 420-3063. If you would like to stay up to date on the development of the plan, contact Janet Chang at email@example.com or at (510) 420-3094 to be added to the email list for the project.
Get involved—these are your streets and sidewalks. Your voice is important!
The PBMP is being funded entirely through a grant from the Alameda County Transportation Commission (CTC; www.alamedactc.org) and through the City’s existing funds for pedestrian and bicycle improvements (pass-through Measure B funds), also distributed by the Alameda CTC.