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Hear what others have to say about Grid 2.0

Sac Grid 3.0

Hear from Sparky Harris, City of Sacramento project manager, Martha Patterson-Cohen of Caring Neighborhoods, Celia Yniquez of Sacramento Housing Redevelopment Agency (SHRA), Max Mack of the Bicycle Advisory Committee and Bay Miry of D&S Development about the culmination of the planning and outreach efforts.

Share your thoughts! Preview proposed improvements to the Grid

Share your thoughts! Preview proposed improvements to the Grid. Hear why Kirin Kumar from WALK Sacramento and Katie Valenzuela Garcia from Breathe California of Sacramento think the community should join them at the Open House on Nov. 9. Click here for more information about the open house.

Why Plan For the Future of the Grid?

Why plan for the future of the grid? Hear what Patty Kleinknecht from The River District, Todd Leon from Capitol Area Development Authority, Bernadette Austin from Domus Development and Maya Wallace from Sacramento Steps Forward think about planning the future of the Grid.

Why Should You Get Involved?

Why should you get involved? Hear why Jim Brown of Sacramento Area Bicycle Advocates, Katherine and Rachel Bardis of The Mill at Broadway, and Maya Wallace of Sacramento Steps Forward think you should get involved in improving the Sacramento Grid.

Why Plan the Grid?

Why plan the Grid? Hear what Midtown Business Association’s Emily Baime, Mulvaney’s Patrick Mulvaney and New Helvetia’s David Gull think about the importance of planning the Sacramento Grid.

Why the Grid is So Important

Why is the Grid so important to Sacramento? Hear what CADA’s Todd Leon, The Handle District’s Seann Rooney, Township 9’s Steve Goodwin, and Mulvaney’s Patrick Mulvaney have to say about the importance of the Grid to our city.

Planning the Downtown Grid

The Sacramento Grid is the center of the city we all know and love. Councilmember Steve Hansen shares his ideas about planning for the future of the Grid.

How would you improve the grid? Click here to tell us what you think.

Layered Network Feedback Summary – January 2015

The project team received more than 540 comments on the draft layered networks through the community open house, emails, and feedback submitted online. An overview summary of all feedback received is included below.

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Layered Network Online Feedback – November / December 2015

Following the Community Open House in November 2015, the draft layered networks were available on the project website for a 30 day comment period. An overview of feedback received during the online comment period is included below.

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Community Open House – November 2015

In November 2015, the project team hosted a community open house for the public to preview the proposed improvements to the Downtown Grid. Community members were invited to provide feedback on the layered networks. A summary of the community open house and feedback received is below.

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Focused Stakeholder Group Meeting – October 2015

In October 2015, the project team hosted a stakeholder meeting which included representatives from neighborhood associations, business and commercial property owners, and active transportation interests. The project team presented the draft layered network options for the Downtown Grid to the stakeholders. A summary of the stakeholder meeting is included below.

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Community Survey – Alley Activation

This document provides summary highlights of the Alley Activation Online Survey results for the Downtown Transportation Study “Sac Grid 2.0”. The purpose of this survey was to inform the community about alley activation, and receive recommendations on potential locations to activate other alleys on the Grid.

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Community Survey – Pedestrian Improvements

This document provides summary highlights of the Pedestrian Improvements Online Tool results for the Downtown Transportation Study “Sac Grid 2.0”. The purpose of this survey was to provide the community an opportunity to learn and provide feedback regarding potential improvements to the pedestrian experience around the Grid.

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Community Survey – Low Stress Bike Network

This document provides summary highlights of the Low Stress Bike Network Online Tool results for the Downtown Transportation Study “Sac Grid 2.0”. The purpose of the survey was to gather feedback and input on the existing bike network and desired improvements to make the Grid more accommodating for bicycles.

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Community Survey – Strategies to Improve the Grid

This document provides summary highlights of the Low Stress Bike Network Online Tool results for the Downtown Transportation Study “Sac Grid 2.0”. The purpose of the survey was to gather feedback and input on the existing bike network and desired improvements to make the Grid more accommodating for bicycles.

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Focused Stakeholder Group Meeting – June 2014

In June 2014, the project team hosted a dialogue series with three groups of stakeholders representing business and property owners, active transportation interests, and neighborhoods. These conversations kicked off the visioning phase of the project, stakeholders were asked to brainstorm ideas for projects, programs, and policies. A summary of each conversation is included below.

Focused Stakeholder Group Meeting – December 2014

In December 2014, the project team hosted a stakeholder meeting which included representatives from neighborhood associations, business and commercial property owners and active transportation interests. The project team previewed layered network system concepts drafted for the Downtown Grid with the stakeholders. A summary of the stakeholder meeting is included below. A revised layered network system will be available for public comment soon.

Sacramento’s alleys could help businesses on the Grid
City says ‘Activating’ Sacramento’s Alleys Could Help Businesses on the Grid:
http://www.bizjournals.com/sacramento/news/2015/09/16/city-says-activating-sacramento-alleys-could-help.html
City of Sacramento considering new set of road diets
City of Sacramento considering new set of “Road Diets”:
http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/transportation/back-seat-driver/article19985379.html
Fewer travel lanes results in shorter crossing distances for pedestrians at intersections.
City to Sacramentans: Help us improve the downtown grid:
http://www.sacbee.com/news/local/transportation/back-seat-driver/article2618535.html
Fewer travel lanes results in shorter crossing distances for pedestrians at intersections.