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Boronda Road Widening Project

Boronda Road Widening Project - Natividad Road Round AboutRoundabouts and signalized intersections are the two choices of intersection controls that are being considered for the Boronda Road Widening Project at the following intersections: McKinnon Street, El Dorado Drive, Natividad Road, Independence Boulevard, and Hemingway Drive.

 

Learn about the Boronda Road Widening Project

 


 

Downtown Vibrancy

Downtown Salinas is poised for a new community-based vision plan for pedestrians, bicycles, traffic flow, sustainable parking and attractive sense of place. The proposed Vibrancy Plan is intended to address serious needs to update Downtown's infrastructure to assure pedestrian safety, calm vehicular traffic to encourage increased bicycle use, provide a sustainable parking strategy, and create a sense of place through art and culture that attracts visitors to a new, safe destination.

 

Learn about the Downtown Vibrancy Plan

 


 

East Market Safe Routes to School

Market Street Safe Routes to School ProjectThe SR2S project will implement road diet measures that will reduce the number of vehicle travel lanes from 4-lanes to 2-lanes to create bicycle lanes and improve pedestrian facilities on East Market Street between Sanborn Road and Williams Road.

 

Learn about the East Market Safe Routes to School Project

 


 

Homelessness in Salinas

We are working with our partners on a compassionate, real solution to homelessness. That solution requires both that we address immediate needs and that we respond systemically at the scale the problem requires. That’s what we’re doing.

The partnership we have formed includes the City of Salinas, the County of Monterey, homeless service providers and the Community Foundation of Monterey County.

 

Learn about what we're doing about Homelessness in Salinas

 


 

Sidewalk Repair Project

At their February 21st Council meeting, the City Council approved another $1,445,000 from Measure G - doubling the years’ original appropriation to repair City streets and sidewalks. By the end of June, the City will have spent $2.6 million on streets and sidewalk repair.

 

Learn about the Sidewalk Repair Project

 


 

Downtown Complete Streets Project

The Downtown Complete Streets Project makes significant improvements to West Alisal Street and Lincoln Avenue that benefit all users of the street.  Traditional street design focuses on accommodation of the car alone with other street uses just an afterthought.  The Complete Streets philosophy calls for design of transportation facilities including streets with all users in mind.

 

Learn about the Downtown Complete Streets Project