The City of Santa Rosa is committed to improving the active transportation network to ensure folks of all ages and abilities can move about the city with ease and comfort. Improvements to the active transportation network help more than those walking, biking, or rolling. When done right, better bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure can beautify local streets, improve air quality due to less vehicle travel, and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. These infrastructure improvements can also lead to increased vibrancy and livability due to an increased ability to safely access goods and services in your community.
The City is undertaking an update of the 2018 Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan to ensure our active transportation system continues to evolve and to better serve the community. This update, renamed the Active Transportation Plan, will begin in September 2023. The City invites all community members who would like to receive project information and updates to sign up for the mailing list to the right. This webpage will be updated periodically as information becomes available.
All upcoming project meetings will be listed here to ensure the community can attend and provide input during the development of the Active Transportation Plan.
Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board meeting,
Thursday, September 21, 2023 from 4 to 6 PM.
This meeting will include discussion of the consultant Scope of Work and overall Visioning and Goal Setting for the Active Transportation Plan. The meeting will end in a discussion of projects completed the past fiscal year, and review of upcoming projects for Board discussion. Attend this meeting in-person at the City of Santa Rosa Field Operations building at 35 Stony Point Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 OR attend the meeting via Zoom. Zoom meeting details and a Staff Report will be available a week before the meeting on the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board webpage. To submit written comment prior to the meeting, email Torina Wilson, Transportation Planner, at [email protected].