The City of Bishop will hold a public meeting in City Hall, at 377 West Line Street, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 11, to discuss the Warren Street Improvements project. Warren Street is in the downtown commercial core, and of importance to residents and businesses.
At the meeting, the public can learn about the project, see how it could look when it is built and provide input.
Ideas include pocket parks, seating areas, colored pavement, pavement with designs, landscaping, and shade trees. Recently released drawings will illustrate the ideas and these drawings will be presented at the meeting.
The Warren Street project is generally planned to improve the full length of Warren Street with new pavement, curb, sidewalk, street trees, and street lights, in addition to including the group’s ideas.
If there is enough money, the blocks of the side streets between Warren and Main streets will also be improved, including South, Lagoon, Church, Academy, Pine, and Elm.
The money for the project comes from state and federal gas taxes.
Strip map drawings showing ideas are posted on the City of Bishop website:
More info: 760.873.8458 or email firstname.lastname@example.org www.ca-bishop.us.