Improving City Streets through Community Engagement
The City of Santa Rosa is hosting its second virtual community meeting for the Hopper Avenue Corridor Improvement Project where the public can review and provide feedback on preliminary design alternatives for Hopper Avenue from Coffey Lane to Highway 101. The online meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 1, 2023, via Zoom.
This meeting is a follow-up to the first community meeting and community-wide survey, which both took place in November 2022. In previous outreach efforts, participants were asked to share their priorities to better inform the design process. Using this feedback, the project team has prepared preliminary alternatives for improvements along Hopper Avenue. Community input received on the preliminary designs will be applied to further refine the recovery project’s final design improvements to create a roadway that reflects the community’s vision.
Participants can attend the community meeting as follows:
Envision Hopper Avenue Improvements
Community Meeting #2
Wednesday, March 1, 2023 at 5:30 p.m.
Join online: https://srcity-org.zoom.us/j/84953699844
Join by phone: 833-548-0276, meeting ID#: 849 5369 9844
Spanish interpretation will be provided during the meeting.
The City encourages residents to attend and participate in the community meeting and to provide input through the online survey that will be available on the project website following the meeting. The survey will remain open through March 15, 2023.
Hopper Avenue is a key corridor connecting the Coffey Park Neighborhood to Highway 101. This corridor experienced damage from both the 2017 wildfire and post-fire during the debris removal process. In 2021, Santa Rosa City Council unanimously voted to dedicate a portion of the PG&E settlement funds towards recovery improvements along the Hopper Avenue corridor, to support fire recovery efforts.
Visit EnvisionHopper.com to learn more about the Envision Hopper Avenue Improvement Project.