Community Design Day – South Santa Clara

From Greenbelt Alliance:

Join us for a Community Design Day to create a vision for a complete community, connected to the working and natural landscape. Led by professional designers and land-use planners, and through the use of maps and visual imagery, participants will help create designs to inspire decision-makers of South Santa Clara County’s future.

Co-sponsored by Greenbelt Alliance and Committee for Green Foothills, this event is designed to hep plan for a future where working landscapes, natural resources, and attractive towns thrive side by side.

This event does not require an RSVP. Registered users can request event reminders.
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