Proposal to transform Jefferson Avenue into a more pedestrian and bike friendly corridor

05/22/2014 6:15 AM by

The next Union Hill Civic Association meeting will be next Wednesday, May 28, 2014, at 7:00 PM at Union Market.

The agenda will include this proposal for transforming Jefferson Avenue into a more pedestrian and bike friendly corridor.

The sketch is a starting point for neighbors and the city to create a master-plan for Jefferson Avenue.

This preliminary plan was developed with input from people like you, who during the past three UHCA monthly meetings, shared their ideas for improvements.

You can download a PDF of this proposed plan by clicking here.

We are expecting representatives from the City’s Traffic Engineering Department to attend our meeting. So please come with your ideas and support for creating a neighborhood-friendly avenue that will be safer for cars, pedestrians and cyclists to use, together. The goal is to encourage the ongoing commercial development of Jefferson Avenue, while creating more green space and a safer environment for everyone.

Also on the agenda:

Annual summer picnic in Jefferson Park (Wed June 25th) with the “Mr Smedley” unveiling with the Richmond Public Art Commission,

Public safety report from the 1st Precinct.

TAGGED: , , ,


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

By commenting you are agreeing to this site's PRIVACY / USE / COPYRIGHT / DISCLAIMER