San Lorenzo Creekway

Project Description:HARD and ACPWA invite you to share your thoughts on the San Lorenzo Creekway! The San Lorenzo Creekway will be amulti-use path for walking and biking, connecting communities in San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Ashland, Cherryland, Hayward, and Castro Valley! Wewant to create a path that achieves your priorities and your participation can make it haBuilding Equitable Active Transportation in Alameda County
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Project Description:

HARD and ACFCD invite you to share your thoughts on the San Lorenzo Creekway!

The San Lorenzo Creekway will be a multi-use path for walking and biking, connecting communities in San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Ashland, Cherryland, Hayward, and Castro Valley! We want to create a path that achieves your priorities and your participation can make it happen 

San Lorenzo Creekway – Extended Community Engagement Announcement

The San Lorenzo Creekway project team is excited to announce additions to the community engagement schedule!  The CTC has announced an extension to the 2020 ATP grant application deadline from June 15th to September 15th, and with that extension, the project team has adapted the master plan and community engagement schedule to accommodate more time for feedback and participation.  In addition to the events already announced, the Online Survey will remain open for responses through July 15th, and an additional Community Meeting has been added to the schedule.  Please see the Project Schedule on the website for the latest information on dates and RSVP links. Many of the community events will be held online – so make sure to RSVP in order to receive Zoom meeting invite details.

SPECIAL REMINDER: Every individual member of a household is eligible to take the survey! We want and welcome school age children through seniors to take the survey. STUDENTS ESPECIALLY, WE NEED YOU!  Even if someone in your house has already taken it, this is like YOUR opportunity to “vote” for the project by completing the survey.


Upcoming Project Schedule:

•   Online Survey Extended:  Please share your thoughts about the San Lorenzo Creekway via this 10-minute Online Survey! The deadline to complete the survey has been extended once again to Wednesday, July 22, 2020. Please invite all members of your household to respond – including seniors and kids –responses will help support our grant funding application!

•   Stakeholder Committee Meeting #3: Date TBA 

•   HARD Board Public Meeting & Master Plan Completion: Anticipated Summer 2020 

•   ATP Grant submission: Deadline extended by CTC to September 15, 2020! 

Past Events:

•   Stakeholder Meeting #1: March 31, 2020

•   Virtual Community Workshop # 1: Wednesday, May 6, 2020 at 7pm - If you missed it,   check out a PDF: SLZ Creekway Virtual Community Workshop #1  and a video recording (https://youtu.be/Z0Cov19sDdA) of the presentation! A transcript of the Spanish translation is also available here (Click here ). 

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•   Virtual Coffee Chat: Saturday, May 9, 2020 at 10am – This was a recap of Community Workshop #1, please see the slides above. Thanks for joining us!

•   Stakeholder Committee Meeting #2: June 3, 2020

•   Virtual Community Workshop #2: Tuesday, June 23, 2020 at 7pm - If you missed it, check out a PDF: SLZ Creekway Virtual Community Workshop #2 

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Virtual Site Tour and Engagement with Schools:

Learn more about the San Lorenzo Creekway and see photos of the site by checking out the San Lorenzo Creekway Virtual Site Tour on StoryMaps here:  https://arcg.is/18zzLb  
 
We’re working with local students and teachers and inviting them to check out the virtual site tour and share information about what they want to see along the San Lorenzo Creekway in the future.  The virtual site tour above is a tool that helps us share information and stay connected at a safe social distance. If you are a teacher or student that wants to get involved, please connect with us! 

Introducing our two new high school student Youth Ambassadors: Lorenzo Gonzalez & Diana Venegas!

Meet Lorenzo Gonzalez: 

" My name is Lorenzo Gonzalez and I am currently a senior at Arroyo High School. I am a student athlete and am on my third year serving in the Youth Advisory Commission for the city of San Leandro. I have a passion to continue doing well as a student while playing sports and being involved in extra activities. My goal is to attend a four year college that will focus on my studies to become a mechanical engineer. I am very excited to be a part of the San Lorenzo Creekway project and sharing my ideas to making this a positive impact to the community. 

Meet Diana Venegas: 

"Hello my name is Diana Venegas and I am eighteen years old. I’m heading to Humboldt State in the fall. I love volunteering, plants, photography, painting, and embroidery. I am a major nature fan. And, I am so excited to be able to be a Youth Ambassador for this project."

Learn more by following Lorenzo and Diana on their San Lorenzo Creekway Ambassador InstagramAccount!

Frequently Asked Questions:

Thank you for your questions about the San Lorenzo Creekway Project!  We’ve compiled responses to frequently asked questions here: San Lorenzo Creekway FAQs

Project Contacts:

•   Project Manager: Michael C. Williams, wmsm@haywardrec.org / (510) 888-0119

•   Sign up to receive project-related emails here:  http://eepurl.com/g0Y3rD 

 


Project Description:HARD and ACPWA invite you to share your thoughts on the San Lorenzo Creekway! The San Lorenzo Creekway will be amulti-use path for walking and biking, connecting communities in San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Ashland, Cherryland, Hayward, and Castro Valley! Wewant to create a path that achieves your priorities and your participation can make it happen. 

Project Description:HARD and ACPWA invite you to share your thoughts on the San Lorenzo Creekway! The San Lorenzo Creekway will be amulti-use path for walking and biking, connecting communities in San Leandro, San Lorenzo, Ashland, Cherryland, Hayward, and Castro Valley! Wewant to create a path that achieves your priorities and your participation can make it happen.