Tuesday, November 11, 2014


Multiuse Trails Across Sebastopol will be discussed at the GPAC this Wednesday (see below)...
The Joe Rodota Trail - SUCCESS!

General Plan Advisory Committee

Wednesday, November 12 at 6:30 pm

at Sebastopol Center for the Arts
Veterans building at 282 South High Street
The proposed trail site through St. Stephen's Church
Will discuss circulation: vehicles, transit, walking, bikes, etc.  Agenda materials are posted on the City web site at: http://ci.sebastopol.ca.us/node/3197
The General Plan update web site is at: http://sebastopol.generalplan.org/
If you have any written comments on circulation issues for the Committee, feel free to email them to kwebster@cityofsebastopol.org or come to the meeting and speak to the Committee.
Proposed trails take advantage of existing back roads.
Then the Council takes up this matter...

City Council Meeting

Tuesday, November 18th at 6:00PM
Youth Annex   425 Morris St.
The Gravenstein Trail
 Join us in urging the City Council to create cross-town multiuse trails.  A strong showing of public support is essential to get the Council to adopt these trails as part of the Sebastopol Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan on November 18th. 
With the full support of the Council, our community could have safe scenic trails connecting neighborhoods, the town core and the Joe Rodota Trail.  The Apple Blossom and Gravenstein Multiuse Trails are possible only with the amazing cooperation of many private property owners.
The Apple Blossom Trail
What we need:  Most Sebastopol destinations are within walking or biking distance from home, but in our community people drive their kids and themselves everywhere.  That is because we have no safe alternatives. This can change.
The Answer: The Apple Blossom and Gravenstein Trails will provide safe, scenic routes to town.  These multi-use trails will make Sebastopol a better place to live.  It starts with the City Council adopting these trails into the Sebastopol Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan.

View the videos here:

Feel free to contact us: sebtrailmakers@gmail.com.  We would like your email address to add to our list of supporters. 

No comments:

Post a Comment

Please feel free to make a comment...