1/29/16 COMMUNITY MEETING
On Jan. 29, the City of Sacramento hosted a second community meeting for the Broadway Street Improvements Project. More than 60 community members attended the community meeting at the Leataata Floyd Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room, located at 401 McClatchy Way in Sacramento, from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. The community meeting provided an opportunity for community members to preview updated concepts for the Broadway corridor and provide feedback. Please see the meeting summary and the appendix for more information about the project, the meeting, and feedback received.
9/29/15 Community Meeting
On Sept. 29, the City of Sacramento hosted a community meeting for the Broadway Street Improvements project. More than 65 community members attended the community meeting at the Leataata Floyd Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room, located at 401 McClatchy Way in Sacramento, from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. The community meeting provided an opportunity for community members to learn more about the project and provide feedback on proposed design concepts and evaluation criteria. To view a summary of the meeting and feedback received, click here.
4/29/15 Pop-Up Workshop
The Broadway Street Improvements Project Team hosted a pop-up workshop on April 29 along the Light Rail Broadway Corridor. The pop-up workshop featured two sessions: a daytime session between 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. and an evening session between 4:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. The daytime sessions included locations at the Department of Motor Vehicles, the Courtyard near the Tower Café, and the Light Rail Station near 19th Street. The evening session included stations at New Helvetia Brewing Company, the Courtyard near the Tower Café, the Bus Stop between 9th and Riverside, and the Los Jarritos Restaurant near 25th Street. Community members were able to visit one or multiple stations along the corridor to learn about the project and provide their feedback on potential improvements to the Broadway corridor.
Broadway Street Improvements Survey
The survey period for feedback on the proposed design concepts for the Broadway Corridor has closed. The survey received 200 community responses.
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