City of San Mateo public hearings for Bicycle Master Plan and Mitigated Negative Declaration

From SVBC:

The City of San Mateo Planning Commission will hold a public hearing at City Hall Council Chambers to review and recommend to the City council adoption of the Initial Study / Mitigated Negative Declaration, amendments to the City’s Zoning Code and General Plan associated with the City of San Mateo Bicycle Master Plan. Recommended changes to the Zoning Code include modifications to the City’s bicycle parking rates, and provisions to allow residents to use assigned vehicular parking spaces in multi-family development for bicycle parking.

This meeting is open to the public and will include a public comment period to receive oral comments.

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