A meeting to discuss the City of Pleasant Hill’s Gateway Project will take place next month.
The Gateway Project is a city initiative to enhance the main entryways into Pleasant Hill by designing and constructing new gateway markers and entry signs.
The first workshop meeting, held on June 12th, provided an opportunity for attendees to become familiar with the project and help guide the design. The discussion centered on what makes Pleasant Hill such a special place. Comments ranged from the strong sense of community to the incredible natural features that surround and characterize the neighborhoods.
The group also talked about cost being an important consideration for this project. Over the next two meetings, the discussion will focus on design, budget, and how the implementation can be phased.
John Gibbs, the design consultant on the project commented: “I was so impressed with the passion each community member brought to the project. We are well on our way to creating a well thought out plan for beautiful gateway markers.”
- WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Residents, merchants, and students interested in defining community gateways.
- WHEN: Tuesday, August 19th from 6:30pm-8pm
- WHERE: City Hall Community Room
For more information, contact Kelly Calhoun at 925-671-5213.