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Posted on: May 3, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Paradise Drive Complete Street Project - Virtual Workshop #4, May 25, 2022

Paradise Drive Complete Streets

Save the Date- May 25, 2022 @ 5:30 PM-7PM-  Paradise Drive Complete Streets Public Workshop

The Town of Corte Madera has initiated design services for multi-modal improvements in the form of new bicycle and pedestrian facilities along the approximately 1,700 foot long section of Paradise Drive from Westward Drive to the Town limit east of Robin Drive.  In general, these improvements are expected to include sidewalks, shared use paths, bike lanes and/or similar on-street bicycle amenities. Additionally, the project will consider adaptation measures in anticipation of sea level rise. The Town had previously hosted two introductory public workshops in November 2021 to introduce the project to the community by discussing project goals, challenges, and opportunities. This was then followed by a presentation and discussion with the Town’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory (BPAC) committee in January of 2022. 

To further develop the project, the Town will now be hosting another public workshop to share conceptual design alternatives informed by prior public input and will solicit additional community feedback on the conceptual design. In particular, the project team will present various options relating to; bicycle and pedestrian improvements; parking, no-parking and/or vehicle queuing; and adaptation measures to potentially raise the road in consideration of future sea level rise. 

A virtual public workshop is scheduled for Wednesday, May 25, 2022 from 5:30PM to 7PM  via Zoom.  The Zoom details are detailed below:

Topic: Paradise Drive Complete Street Project - Virtual Workshop 

Time: May 25, 2022 05:30 PM Pacific Time

Meeting ID: 845 1722 7655

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The May 25, 2022 public workshop marks the Town's fourth public engagement opportunity. We look forward to seeing our community members on May 25th, and engaging in thoughtful discussion on this important project.

To view the project webpage, click here.  

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