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Meeting to be hosted to discuss Highway 41 corridor 

The Pavilion on the Lake.  Photo courtesy of

The Pavilion on the Lake. Photo courtesy of

The City of Atascadero is inviting residents and visitors to attend the first community meeting on the improvement of the Highway 41 corridor, to be held at the Pavilion on the Lake, 9315 Pismo Ave, Atascadero, CA on Wednesday, June 3, at 6 p.m. The workshop will include a formal presentation sharing project information gathered to date, followed by visioning and mapping exercises.

Participants will be invited to:

• Learn about the Highway 41 corridor study project
• Identify how and where they currently use the corridor
• Help develop a future vision for this important community gateway
• Document any concerns or issues they would like addressed in the project

The city is developing a plan for the future of Highway 41 corridor between El Camino Real and San Gabriel Road. The city’s primary goal is to provide connectivity between the downtown and the Lake Park & Zoo. Although the corridor is well connected for vehicles, it is not well connected for pedestrians and bicycles. The study will develop alternatives for use of the public roadway that focus on safety, access to businesses, and provides direction for future street, sidewalk and drainage improvements that impact people, bikes and vehicles.

The overall goal of the project is to prepare preferred street design for segments of the corridor so that when improvements are made, they are well connected and reflect the vision of the community. The planning process for the project is expected to be conducted between May 2015 and December 2015, with three rounds of public workshops.

The Highway 41 corridor study project will involve engaging the community, developing a vision for the roadway’s future, assessing the existing conditions, analyzing opportunities and constraints, developing design criteria, and preparing preferred designs for the roadway segments as well as developing an implementation strategy.

For more information, contact Loreli Cappel (Project Outreach Coordinator) at (805) 250-7979 or email

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