Complete Streets Plan-Safe Routes to School

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City of Watsonville Approves Complete Streets to Schools Plan

The City of Watsonville Complete Streets to Schools Plan has recently been unanimously approved by the Watsonville City Council and the Pajaro Valley Unified School District (PVUSD) Board, wrapping up a two-year planning process. The Plan was a partnership between the City of Watsonville, County Public Health, PVUSD, and Ecology Action. It was funded through a Caltrans Sustainable Communities Transportation Planning grant.   The Plan includes recommendations for infrastructure improvements and programmatic changes at 15 Watsonville schools, with the goal of improving safety for families that are walking and biking to school and encouraging more active transportation trips. It will be used by the City of Watsonville and PVUSD to prioritize future improvements around schools and to secure grant funding for project construction.

The Complete Streets Plan-Safe Routes to School is being funded by SB1.

Project partners

Caltrans, PVUSD, Ecology Action, and Santa Cruz County Health Services Agency

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Moving Forward

Plans will be developed for 15 public schools in Watsonville and include recommendations to improve access to each school.

Schools

Ann Soldo ElementaryCesar Chavez Middle 
Ceiba College Prep AcademyE. A. Hall Middle
Freedom ElementaryH. A. Hyde Elementary
Landmark ElementaryLinscott Charter
MacQuiddy ElementaryMintie White Elementary
Pajaro Valley HighRadcliff Elementary
Rolling Hills MiddleStarlight Elementary
Watsonville High

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Public Meetings

September 26, 2018 (Wednesday)
6:30-8:00 p.m.
Starlight Elementary School
225 Hammer Drive
Watsonville, CA

September 27, 2018 (Thursday)
6:30-8:00 p.m.
E. A. Hall Middle School
201 Brewington Ave.
Watsonville, CA

Timeline

Public Meetings: September 26th and 27th
School Walking Audits: October-November 2018
Stakeholder Presentations: Spring 2019
Presentation of Final Plan: Early 2020