We want to hear from you! Community input is key as we move forward with Recovery for the Hopper Avenue Recovery Improvements project. Help us envision potential corridor improvements along Hopper Avenue from Coffey Lane to Highway 101.
The Hopper Avenue corridor experienced damage from both the fire and during the debris removal process. To support fire recovery efforts, in 2021, city council unanimously voted to dedicate a portion of the PG&E settlement funds towards recovery improvements along the Hopper Avenue corridor, between Highway 101 and Coffey Lane.
The first phase of the Hopper Avenue Recovery Improvements project will focus on community engagement, gathering community input through community meetings and online surveys that will be applied to inform the final design improvements of the recovery project creating a roadway that reflects the vision of the community, where walking, biking and driving are comfortable and convenient for individuals of all ages and abilities.
The first community meeting will be presented virtually via Zoom on Wednesday, November 9 at 5:30 p.m., where existing conditions and potential corridor improvements will be discussed.
Envision Hopper Avenue Recovery Improvements Community Meeting
Wednesday, November 9, 2022, at 5:30 p.m.
Register in Advance or Join online: https://srcity-org.zoom.us/j/84125980900
Or call-in: 1-833-548-0276, Meeting ID#: 841 2598 0900
Spanish interpretation will be provided
Individuals unable to attend the meeting or who prefer to comment during the live meeting, may submit their comments prior to the meeting by emailing [email protected] or by calling 707-543-3914.
Immediately following the meeting, Take the Survey at EnvisionHopper.com to further provide your feedback and tell us your vision as we work to envision and recover the Hopper Avenue Corridor.
Additional community engagement opportunities will be available in early 2023. Visit EnvisionHopper.com for details.
Visit https://www.srcity.org/3098/Repairing-Public-Infrastructure to learn more about the city’s infrastructure recovery projects.