What type of improvements would you like to see to make walking and biking to Bishop's Peak or Pacheco Elementary School easier?
Safe Routes to School for Bishop's Peak & Pacheco Elementary Schools
City Transportation Staff is kicking off planning efforts to develop Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Improvements for Bishop's Peak and Pacheco Elementary Schools. The project will identify opportunities to implement transportation improvements to improve access and safety for children who walk or bike to school.
Share your thoughts by clicking on the "Add Your Statement" button at the bottom.
Help us identify existing concerns and priority locations for improvements by using the Interactive Comment Map.
What Type of Improvements Will be Implemented?
Based on previous input from parents and school representatives, residents in the area, the bicycling community and the City Bicycle Advisory Committee, it is clear that Foothill Blvd is a significant crossing barrier for bicycles and pedestrians traveling to/from Bishop's Peak and Pacheco Elementary Schools. As supported by the 2013 Bicycle Transportation Plan, exploring opportunities for pedestrian/bicycle crossing improvements along Foothill Blvd at Patricia Dr/La Entrada Ave and Ferrini Rd will certainly be a high priority as part of this project. City staff will identify other priority locations for potential transportation improvements through review of existing traffic data, crash history and through community input provided as part of this planning process.
How Can You Participate in the Planning Process?
The City of San Luis Obispo appreciates input from its residents and wants to hear your thoughts on the proposed project. The City will begin soliciting input from stakeholders in June 2016 to and will post updates and other project documents on this page throughout the planning process, which is anticipated to take place over the next year.
Public meetings will be scheduled throughout the planning process. Upcoming Project Meetings:
- Community Meeting #1 Summary (Needs Assessment) and Presentation Slides
- Community Meeting #2 Summary (Draft Recommendations) and Presentation Slides
- Draft Safe Routes to School Plan
Please click the “Add Your Statement” button below to use our online forum to share any feelings you have on this project and to help maintain an ongoing dialogue on the subject. Thank you for your participation!
Interactive Comment Map
Click here to access an interactive comment map, which will allow you to place markers to identify existing safety/access issues and prioritize locations where transportation improvements are needed to improve the bicycling and walking environment.
For more information on this project, contact Project Manager Adam Fukushima, or Planner-Engineer Luke Schwartz:
Neighborhood Officer Program
The City of San Luis Obispo Police Department has created a Neighborhood Officer Program that divides the city into 13 neighborhoods. Each neighborhood is assigned dedicated officers that act as a liason beteen the Police Department and the community to assist with public education, coordination with city services, and to track neighborhood problems and crimes that affect the overall quality of life and require a patrol response. To learn more about the Neighborhood Officers assign to your neighborhood, visit the Map of Neighborhood Officer Assignments.
- Traffic Sergeant John Villanti: firstname.lastname@example.org