Archive for

Public Meeting for Sutter Street-El Dorado Street Pedestrian and Bicycle Pathway Project

Public Meeting for Sutter Street—El Dorado Street

Pedestrian and Bicycle Pathway Project

(Stockton, CA)—Members of the public are invited to a public meeting on Monday, May 21, 2012, where the City of Stockton will present an El Dorado Street Precise Road Plan Amendment and a Bicycle Master Plan Amendment. The meeting, which will be held at the Central Church of Christ, 4368 North Sutter Street, Stockton, will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., beginning with an open house, followed by a presentation at 6:30 p.m.

The Precise Road Plan Amendment will change the plans for the El Dorado Street Bridge from three northbound lanes to two northbound lanes, and widen the existing sidewalk on the bridge to accommodate a Class I bicycle path.

The Bicycle Master Plan Amendment will change sections of the Sutter Street bicycle route from Class II to Class III between Fulton Street and the Calaveras River, and Class I in Oak Park along Alpine Avenue between Sutter Street and California Street. It will also relocate the path’s bridge crossing from Sutter Street to the existing El Dorado Street Bridge.

Upon completion, the Project will close the gap between existing bicycle facilities, from the north bank of the Calaveras River south to California Street. The improvements will also allow bicycles and pedestrians to safely and easily travel between central and downtown Stockton.

The Project is in the project approval and design phase, which is being funded by Measure K bicycle funds. No City general funds are used on this project.

Hotline: (209) 464-4350, Ext. 101, or Hotline.


information provided by Buethe Communications

Community Celebrates Mother’s Day

STOCKTO, CA- In celebration of mother’s day —one of the major holidays in the Latino culture— a group of women gathered at Kennedy Park on Thursday, May 10th. Continue reading

Migration from Mexico to the United States Falls to Zero

WASHINGTON, D. C. – The net migration flow from Mexico to the United States has stopped says a recent analysis by the Pew Hispanic Center, a nonpartisan research organization based in Washington, D.C. Continue reading

Martinez to appointed by State Controller

SACRAMENTO, CA – State Controller John Chiang announced his appointment of Capitol veteran Julio Martinez to serve as the Controller’s Director of Legislative Affairs. Continue reading

Summer Jobs for students: SJC WorkNet holds its Summer Jobs Fair for Youth

STOCKTON, CA – Hundreds of young men and women ready to enter the labor market visited San Joaquin County WorkNet, on Thursday, May 10th ; as WorkNet held the first “Summer Jobs Fair for Youth” at its Stockton, Tracy, Manteca and Lodi centers. Continue reading

%d bloggers like this: