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You are invited to participate in the

Eastern Sierra Corridor
Enhancement Program
Public Workshop
.

Part of the Eastern Sierra Blueprint Planning Process

The highways of the Eastern Sierra serve not only as a transportation facility but as a placemaking and economic resource for the region’s communities. Balancing these community needs with transportation needs is not always easy, but there is a desire to create the tools to do so. Kern COG is working with the Inyo and Mono Local Transportation Commissions to develop a management tool that identifies workable corridor strategies for both open space and main street areas. The Eastern Sierra Corridor requires a long-term vision to deal with the region’s growth constraints and identified traffic impacts. This vision and the resulting corridor brand is owned by the people who live and work here. This is your opportunity to define the vision for the Eastern Sierra unique and to recognize the potentials for change that allow us to achieve the vision.

Help Shape the Future of the Eastern Sierra
(US 395 & SR 14 Corridors in Kern, Inyo, and Mono Counties)


*Important

If you are unable to attend and would still like to have your voice heard please fill out this form (Click Here) and email to bnapier@kerncog.org Otherwise, you may mail this form within one week of this meeting to:

Becky Napier
Kern Council of Governments
1401 19th Street, Suite 300
Bakersfield, California 93301

 

Meeting Locations:

 

Ridgecrest
Thursday, April 2nd
6:00 to 8:30 pm
Kerr-McGee Center
(100 West California Avenue)

 

Lone Pine
Monday, April 20th
1:00 to 3:30 pm
Lion's Club Building
West Muir Street, next to Legion Hall

 

Bishop
Monday, April 20th
6:00 to 8:30 pm
Methodist Church
(205 North Fowler)

 

Walker
Thursday, April 23rd
1:00 to 3:30 pm
Community Center
(442 Mule Deer Road)

 

Lee Vining
Thursday, April 23rd
6:00 to 8:30 pm
Community Center
(296 Mattly Ave.)

 

Mono County

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Eastern Sierra Corridor Program