Tag: Bicycle and Equestrian Master Plan

Help shape our future at the next Master Plan Workshop

Big Bear Lake, CA, April 29, 2013 – The City of Big Bear Lake’s Pedestrian, Bicycle and Equestrian Master Plan Team presents a third public workshop on April 30, this one focusing on prioritizing and implementing the list of projects and programs. The workshop begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center (39707 Big Bear Boulevard). The Master Plan is still in the draft stage but expected to by completed by June or July, 2013. It will provide a blueprint for creating a community of healthy neighborhoods that are safe and enjoyable for those using alternative modes of transportation, such as walking, biking and horseback riding. It will also serve as a guide for attracting and building recreation-related...

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Pedestrian, Bicycle and Equestrian Master Plan Public Meeting

Big Bear Lake, CA, March 9, 2013 – The Big Bear Valley Pedestrian, Bicycle, and Equestrian Master Plan project team will make a presentation in front of the Big Bear Lake City Council and Planning Commission on Monday. The meeting will include an update from the last public meetings, examples of proposed projects, the launch of a mobile map application, and a summary of what’s next. The public is welcome to attend. The meeting starts at 1pm, Monday, March 11 in Hofert Hall at the City of Big Bear Lake Performing Arts...

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Share your ideas about recreation in Big Bear

Big Bear Lake, CA, January 23, 2013 – UPDATE – The location has been moved from the Performing Arts Center to Community Church at 40946 Big Bear Boulevard. The time and date have remained the same. ORIGINAL STORY Big Bear Lake, CA, January 20, 2013 – The City of Big Bear Lake has been working on a Pedestrian, Bicycle and Equestrian Master Plan, with the help of about 150 members of the public. December marked the end of the first phase of the planning process. Since then, the Project Team has been researching land use, traffic, transit services, and economic development.  They have also developed preliminary route alignments for pedestrians, bicyclists, and equestrians.  These topics and more will be covered at Public Workshop #2, and residents and visitors are invited to attend and give feedback on some preliminary concepts. The meeting is set for Tuesday, January 29 at 6:30 pm at the Performing Arts Center (39707 Big Bear Blvd.). Learn more at www.gettherebigbear.com. If you can’t attend but would like to give input, you can fill out a survey at http://bit.ly/GetThereBigBear or simply submit comments here: www.gettherebigbear.com/mail_forms. The project team is also available to make a presentation for your organization.  Contact Siri Eggebraten at (909) 866-5831, ext. 128 to make...

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