Carriage Drive & Lauppe Lane Safe Schools Corridor Plan

Carriage

Community Open House #1:

Come be a part of the project's first community open house to learn more about the project and provide valuable input via interactive diagrams, comment cards, and conversations with city and consultant staff.

Open House Details:

Date: September 24th, 2019

Location: Mesa Verde High School, PAC Building

Time: Come by anytime between 4:30 to 6:30pm.

Optional RSVP: carriagelauppeopenhouse1.eventbrite.com

Please refer to the following flyers for information about the open house:

Open House Flyer (English)

Open House Flyer (Spanish) – Coming Soon

Open House Flyer (Russian) – Coming Soon

We hope to see you there!


Public Engagement Opportunities: 

There will be several upcoming opportunities to provide your observations, feedback and other information on this project. Please see the attached fliers for more information:

English

Spanish

Russian (coming soon)


Project Status:

This project began in March 2019, and public engagement is underway. First open house will be hosted late September 2019.


Contact: 

General Services Department, (916) 727-4770

Page last updated September 9th, 2019

Project Description:

Over the past three years, the three schools located along the Carriage Drive/Lauppe Lane corridor have experienced a 25% enrollment increase and the large majority of students arrive to school in cars.  The increase in enrollment has contributed to already high peak vehicular, pedestrian, bicycle and parking demands, increased vehicular speeds, midblock and uncontrolled pedestrian crossings, and school ingress and egress concerns.

The project will evaluate the Carriage Drive and Lauppe Lane corridor and on-site school circulation to identify appropriate, cost-effective measures to mitigate deficiencies. The scope of this project includes community engagement to identify community based solutions and will tailor the ultimate design to the needs and desires of both the residential and school communities.  Once complete, the Plan will be used to seek final design and construction funding.