Redwood City: Farm Hill Boulevard Project Open House

From SVBC:

You are invited to join Redwood City staff for one of two public open houses for the Farm Hill Boulevard Street Improvement Project.

The City has taken input from the June community meeting and developed designs to improve conditions for people walking, biking, and driving on Farm Hill Boulevard.

Please come review the concepts and provide staff with feedback. Staff anticipates taking a recommendation to the City Council to consider a pilot project, pending the results of this public outreach effort.

The meetings are:

  • 5.30-7.30p on Tuesday, September 25th at Roy Cloud Elementary Multi-use Building, 3790 Red Oak Way
  • 5.30-7.30p on Wednesday, October 3rd at City Hall, 1017 Middlefield Road

Both meetings will be the same format and have the same content – so you only need to attend one. Materials from the meetings will be posted online for review by those who are not able to attend.

If you are not able to attend a meeting but have questions about the materials on the website please contact Jessica Manzi, Senior Transportation Coordinator, at (650) 780-7372 or jmanzi@redwoodcity.org.

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