VICTORVILLE – Everyone wants change and improvement, but are you willing to take only two hours of your time to discuss your ideas and concerns?
The City of Victorville is inviting residents to discuss their “Complete Streets” Improvement Project for Arrowhead Drive and Seventh Avenue.
This project is a design concept that was planned to enable safe roadway travels for vehicles as well as bicycles and pedestrians. These improvements include widened streets, new bike lanes, sidewalk installation and ADA-compliant ramps in certain areas.
The 2-hour-long workshop to discuss this five-year plan will be on June 8th at Mojave Vista Elementary School located at 16100 Burwood Avenue in Victorville from 4:3- p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Those who are unable to attend the workshop are still invited to share ideas on their page. Victorville City Officials said that resident input can help the city gain funding for the project.
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