Palm Avenue Commercial & Mixed Use Corridor Master Plan Draft Mitigated Negative Declaration Public Meeting - APRIL 30
Apr 28, 2015 10:26PM ● Published by Paul Spear
The City of Imperial Beach has completed the design phase of the Palm Avenue Mixed-Use & Commercial Corridor Master Plan and has circulated a Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) for public review.
You are invited to attend an upcoming Public Review Meeting to comment on the Draft Mitigated Negative Declaration (MND) which assesses and analyzes environmental impacts of the proposed Master Plan. The Draft MND, which identifies environmental impacts including traffic and circulation, was circulated for public review on April 16, 2015. This will provide an opportunity to comment on the results of the MND.
City of Imperial Beach staff will present the Palm Avenue Mixed Use and Commercial Corridor Master Plan at the following events:
|WHAT:||Public Review Meeting - Draft MND for the Palm Avenue Mixed Use and Commercial Corridor Master Plan|
|DATE:||Thursday, April 30, 2015|
|WHERE:||City Hall Community Room|
825 Imperial Beach Blvd., Imperial Beach, CA 91932
If you have any any questions regarding this information, the Draft MND or the Master Plan itself, please contact Greg Wade at (619) 628-1354 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The City welcomes and encourages your participation!!
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To provide your input and comments, email us at PalmMasterPlan@imperialbeachca.gov.
Members of the community are encouraged to attend to hear about and provide input on this exciting project!
The Master Plan is an effort to transform Palm Avenue into a vibrant, safe, and comfortable mixed-use “Main Street” that celebrates its heritage as Classic Southern California. The current work plan underway focuses on the roadway improvements identified in the 2009 Master Plan Study and is aimed at developing a corridor that provides:
• Easier and safer transit access
• Improved appearance and urban design
• New economic development
• A safe walking and bicycling environment
• More effective traffic management