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EV BLUEPRINT IMPLEMENTATION

OVERVIEW

The City of Sacramento is working to expand access to electric vehicles and electric bikes in your community. We want to hear from you about how to make sure community members know about these important projects that are coming to your neighborhoods. Below are some of the initial projects.

ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGER INSTALLATION

ChargePoint electric vehicle chargers will be installed at seven community centers, seven libraries, and one regional park. Thelocations are listed below.

COMMUNITY CENTERS

Joe Mims, Jr. Hagginwood
South Natomas
Coloma
Oak Park
Belle Cooledge
George Sims
Sam & Bonnie Pannell

LIBRARIES

North Natomas
Del Paso Heights
Colonial Heights
Belle Cooledge
Martin Luther King Jr.
Valley Hi/ North Laguna
Robbie Waters Pocket Greenhaven

REGIONAL PARK

Granite Regional Park

CAR SHARE ACCESS

Gig Car Share options will be expanded to the Martin Luther King Jr. Library. In the near term, there are also plans to expand Our Community Car Share Program.

EBIKE LENDING PROGRAM

The E-Bike Lending Program will start at theMartin Luther King Jr. Library. People with a library card will be able to check-out an electric cargo trike (10 available) or a traditional e-bike (20 available). This lending program will be part of the "Library of Things," which allows for people to borrow one item at a time for up to 2 weeks.

EQUITY MONITORING

There will be an equity analysis on the City of Sacramento’s Electric Vehicle Blueprint Strategy. We would like to hear community input on electric vehicles to create equity metrics and goals. These metrics and goals will be used to evaluate the EV Blueprint projects on key indicators of equity.

 

Contact the Project Manager

Fedolia "Sparky" Harris, Principal Planner

fharris@cityofsacramento.org

(916) 808-2996