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Posted on: January 11, 2019

[ARCHIVED] Community Input Opportunities for the Annie & Mary Trail Connectivity Project

Annie and Mary Trail Connectivity Project

The City of Arcata has received a grant from the Caltrans Sustainable Communities Program to begin plans for a new multi-use trail in Arcata. This new project will be known as the Annie and Mary Trail Connectivity Project, which will create a new trail that will connect Sunset Avenue/Larson Park to Valley West and the Aldergrove Industrial Park via West End Road. The grant received includes funding to support public outreach and planning activities to help improve safety on the Sunset Avenue and Giuntoli Lane overpasses and to identify trail alignments and connections to the new trail from neighborhoods, park areas and businesses.

The Annie and Mary Trail Connectivity Project Team includes knowledgeable engineers and planners from the City of Arcata, the Redwood Community Action Agency, TrailPeople and SHN who are committed to ensuring robust public participation throughout the planning process. The project team will work to assess current opportunities and challenges for pedestrians between downtown Arcata, the Valley West neighborhood and Humboldt State University in addition to developing concept design alternatives for a trail and/or on-street facilities for safe pedestrian connectivity between these important community destinations.

The first public workshop regarding this project will be held on Monday, February 4 from 6 to 8 pm at the D Street Neighborhood Center, located at 1301 D Street in Arcata. All interested community members are encouraged to attend and share their input with the Project Team.

Community members who are unable to make the workshop are encouraged to take a project survey to offer their ideas and input which can be found here.

La Ciudad de Arcata ha obtenido fondos del Caltrans Sustainable Communities Program [Programa de Caltrans Para Comunidades Sostenibles] para planear la próxima sección del sendero de uso múltiple en Arcata. Este nuevo proyecto, El Proyecto de Conectividad de Annie y Mary Trail, creará un nuevo sendero que conectará Sunset Avenue / Larson Park con Valley West y Aldergrove Industrial Park a través de West End Road. La subvención recibida incluye fondos para apoyar actividades de divulgación pública y planificación para ayudar a mejorar la seguridad en los pasos elevados de Sunset Avenue y Giuntoli Lane e identificar alineamientos de senderos y conexiones con el nuevo sendero de vecindarios, áreas de parques y negocios.

El Equipo del Proyecto de Conectividad de Annie y Mary Trail incluye ingenieros y planificadores expertos de la Ciudad de Arcata, Redwood Community Action Agency, TrailPeople y SHN que están comprometidos a asegurar participación pública sólida durante todo el proceso de planificación.

El primer taller público sobre el Proyecto de Conectividad de Annie y Mary Trail será el Lunes 4 de Febrero de 6 a 8pm en el D Street Neighborhood Center, ubicado en 1301 D Street en Arcata. Todos los miembros de la comunidad interesados están invitados a asistir y compartir sus opiniones con el Equipo del Proyecto.

Si no puede asistir al taller, completa la encuesta para dar sus ideas y comentarios en la pagina de web

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