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Mountain View Walk the Talk Forum

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Castro Street cafesEl Camino Real connects historic downtowns and features large parks, diverse shopping opportunities, and Caltrain, BART, and bus service. Please join us for the fourth workshop in a series on the Grand Boulevard Initiative, reimagining El Camino Real through the Peninsula. On Monday, April 30, we’ll discuss the needs and goals around this vital thoroughfare through Mountain View, and we want to hear from you.

We will be joined by world renowned community planning and revitalization expert, Michael Freedman, Founder of Freedman Tung + Sasaki. Residents will have the opportunity to ask questions and provide input on how to make El Camino Real a more walkable, vibrant street!

This event is free but registration is required. Don’t miss this chance to participate in a conversation about Mountain View.

For more information on the Grand Boulevard Initiative, please visit the website.

Keynote speaker: Michael Freedman, Founding Partner, Freedman Tung & Sasaki

Welcome: Mike Kasperzak, Mountain View Mayor

Panel:
Elaine Breeze, Vice President of Development at Urban Housing Group
Ronit Bryant, Mountain View Councilmember
Kevin Connolly, Manager at Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority
Corinne Goodrich, Manager of Strategic Development at San Mateo County Transit District

Moderator: Bruce Karney, Marketing Operations Manager at Skyline Solar

Date:  Monday, April 30
Time:  6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Location:  Historic Adobe Building, 157 Moffett Blvd., Mountain View

RSVP here.

This forum is co-sponsored by Greenbelt Alliance, VTA, Santa Clara County Public Health Department, Mountain View for Sustainable Planning, Sunnyvale Cool, TransForm, San Mateo County Transit District, CA Center for Public Health Advocacy, Silicon Valley Bicycle Coalition,  Urban Habitat, San Mateo County Health System, and Sierra Club.

This project has been made possible in part by a grant from the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.

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