The Southeast Greenway Campaign Hosts a FREE public opportunity
to discuss an exciting possibility for Santa Rosa’s future
Imagine…A Greenway To Spring Lake!
Town Hall Meeting Town Hall Report
Monday, June 6, 7-9pm Wednesday, June 8, 7-9pm
Friedman Event Center, 4676 Mayette Avenue, Santa Rosa
Questions, comments and ideas about the possibility of developing a Greenway to Spring Lake are invited at an upcoming Town Hall Meeting and Town Hall Report. The meetings will be facilitated by the American Institute of Architects’ Sustainable Design Assessment Team (SDAT) 7-9pm on June 6 and June 8 at the Friedman Event Center in Santa Rosa.
Town Hall Meeting: The national SDAT team will invite public input about an area of Santa Rosa commonly known as the old Highway 12 right-of-way. Participants are asked to bring their ideas and concerns about future uses of this 2-mile long, 50-acre open space that links Spring Lake Park and Highway 12 at Farmer’s Lane.
Town Hall Report: Led by Wayne Feiden, planning director of Northampton, MA, the SDAT team will present their findings and make recommendations during the Town Hall Report. They will incorporate community input from the public as well as from focus groups and interviews with a wide-range of community leaders and decision-makers. Their report will give the community a roadmap for moving from idea to implementation.
The national SDAT team, funded by the American Institute of Architects’ Center for Communities by Design, and also supported by Southeast Greenway community match will provide approximately $100,000 in expertise. These experienced professionals help communities develop a vision and framework for a sustainable future. Their expertise includes designing community greenways, non-motorized transportation solutions, urban trails, open space planning and structuring of successful public-private partnerships to improve communities.
“The Greenway is one of the largest undeveloped parcels of land within Santa Rosa city boundaries,” said Linda Proulx, co-chair of the Southeast Greenway Campaign. Campaign member Jonathan Glass added, “This open space in the heart of our urban neighborhoods will provide a much needed place for our kids, families and all residents to connect with nature, plant a garden, explore a creek, and find a safe route to school or grocery store - all without need for a car.”
Spanish translators and child care will be available at both events. For childcare, call 707-542-1906. General details: (707) 538-7446 or http://www.southeastgreenway.org.
Telephone: 707-584-2000 Fax: 707-585-1363
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