The City of Santa Rosa and the Southeast Greenway Community Partnership are undergoing a collaborative community engagement process to develop a shared vision for future land uses for the Southeast Greenway, a 1.9 mile linear stretch of land extending from Farmers Lane to Spring Lake Regional Park.
Attend the workshop to provide feedback on several land-use alternatives developed for the Greenway. This is the last scheduled community workshop to determine how the 57-acre Greenway property will be used.
South East Greenway Public Workshop
Saturday, October 8, 2016
10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Montgomery High School Student Union
1250 Hahman Drive, Santa Rosa
Childcare for ages 3 & up will be provided on-site.
The purpose of the Greenway project is to:
- Enhance the site, surrounding neighborhoods, Santa Rosa, and the region.
- Facilitate improved connections between neighborhoods, schools, parks, and shopping centers. Connections include enhancing the existing circulation network for motorized and non-motorized transportation, new and improved street crossings, safe routes to school, and creek crossings.
- Explore potential new land uses. Some ideas under consideration include a combination of:
- Neighborhood retail
- Recreational facilities
- Parks and open space
Join the discussion and help shape a walk-and bike-friendly Greenway to be enjoyed for generations to come!
Following this workshop, a survey will be conducted online and in person to provide additional opportunities for public input. Get the summary of the first workshop and stay up-to-date with the latest information at: http://www.planthegreenway.com.