The City of Albany is looking for residents to participate in public meetings to help develop a Complete Streets concept plan for San Pablo Avenue and Buchanan Street.
The meetings are scheduled to meet early and mid-December at an undetermined location (more details to come).
"Complete Streets is a movement that elevates safety and awareness of non-motorized forms of travel on a particular street and brings its environment to a more human scale," said a news release by the city.
Ocean View Elementary School would be the most affected by the design due to of its proximity to the project, "but these major arterials affect the entire community, especially since many students cross San Pablo Avenue to walk to school," according to the release.
For more information, please contact Aleida Andrino-Chavez at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 528-5759.
*Correction: When first published, this story said the city was looking to form focus groups to meet at City Hall. In fact, the city is to hold public meetings, and the meeting location has yet to be determined.