BLVD Central Hub Town Hall
Thursday April 8th, 5:30PM
Reimagine The Boulevard’s Central Hub (I-805 to I-15)
- Applying The Blvd 2020 Plan
- Community Engagement Self Guided Walk & Bike Tour: Pedal With Your Peeps (Sat. April 3)
Join your business community, neighbors, and city leaders in reimagining a vision of what the Central Hub will become. Join The Boulevard and the following speakers on Zoom from the comfort of home:
- John O’Connor,Tootie Thomas, Beryl Forman–The Boulevard
- Sean Elo-Rivera– SD City Council Member, District 9
- Stephen Whitburn– SD City Council Member, District 3 Council President Pro-Tem
- Brian Schoenfisch– City of SD Program Manager, Community Planning & Implementation
- Mary Lydon– Land-Use Expert
- Andrew Malick– Developer, CEO of Malick Infill Development
- Daniel Kay– Civic Community Partners
MAKE YOUR VOICE HEARD!
Thank you to the over 70 people who attended the meeting. A video of the entire town hall can be found below.
The Town Hall Zoom Meeting
The El Cajon Boulevard Business Improvement Association (Boulevard BIA) hosted a Virtual Town Hall on Thursday, April 8 to engage with the community’s business owners and residents about applying the Blvd. 20/20 Plan and Complete Community Plans in the District’s Central Hub, which runs along El Cajon Boulevard between the 805 and 15 freeways. It was the third in a series of Town Hall events the Boulevard BIA is holding to seek input from community members. This event will focus on three main topics: (1) transportation (including making the pilot program for the dedicated bus lane permanent), development (including accessory dwelling units, or ADUs), and (3)
The Blvd. 20/20 Plan envisions El Cajon Boulevard as a model for successful transit-oriented communities in
San Diego. In recent years, the Boulevard BIA has been engaging with the community on topics such as
neighborhood amenities, affordability, accessibility, cultural enhancement and urban living.
The first Town Hall was held in June 2018, in collaboration with the Housing You Matters Coalition, and focused
on the subject of developing housing for all income levels within the community. The second Town Hall, held in
December 2019, focused on mobility and culminated in the successful launch of a new dedicated bus rapid
transit (BRT) lane along a 2.7-mile stretch of El Cajon Boulevard between Park Boulevard and Fairmount
KPBS Coverage: Town Hall Envisions A Transit-Oriented Future For El Cajon Boulevard ‘Hub’
Read the full coverage by Max Rivlin-Nadler, here.
Channel 8 Coverage: Town Hall On Future of El Cajon Boulevard
San Diego Union Tribune Coverage
Read the full article by David Garrick, here.
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