The City of Santa Monica is scheduled to hold a citywide community workshop from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, October 6th, to integrate previous community input with new ideas and take a more in-depth look into how transportation will serve the community in the future.
Community members will have an opportunity to both learn and express opinions about how the city should prioritize multiple transportation modes, such as walking, biking, automobiles and transit on city streets and other rights-of-way.
The workshop continues the City of Santa Monica’s Planning & Community Development Department’s series of community workshops towards developing new Land Use and Circulation Elements to guide the city for the next 20 years.
The workshop will feature Jeffrey Tumlin of Nelson/Nygaard, a San Francisco-based transportation firm, and will include opportunities for participants to provide feedback. Lunch will be served.
The workshop will be in the John Adams Middle School cafeteria, 2425 16th St. The cafeteria is most easily accessed through a gate on 17th Street. There will be secured bike parking.
Participants are asked to reserve at shapethefuture2025@ smgov.net or call (310) 458-8341 to ensure an accurate refreshment and lunch count.