A New Vision for San Pablo Avenue

APA California Chapter, Inland Empire Section


Thursday, September 28, 2017
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. PDT

Palm Desert, CA, United States

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The San Pablo Avenue corridor is set for a transformational change to facilitate

the development of a “City Center” for the City of Palm Desert. As part of the

City’s recent General Plan update this 1-mile corridor, which connects Magnesia

Falls in the north to El Paseo in the south, is set for a complete street design that

will reduce a vehicle lane in each direction, install round-a- bouts at key

intersections, expand on-street parking, provide expansive bicycle lanes and

pedestrian sidewalks, and add street trees and textural elements to create a true

sense of place.


Workshop Location: Room 115 of the CVAG Building, 73-710 Fred Waring

Drive, Palm Desert, CA 92260

Cost: $25 for AEP/APA members, $35 for others

Lunch will be provided.

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Eric Ceja

Eric Ceja is the Principal Planner for the City of Palm Desert’s Community Development Department and a life-long resident of the Coachella Valley. He currently leads a team at Palm Desert City Hall tasked to transform the San Pablo Avenue corridor into a complete street that balances the needs ... Read More

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Jim Sullivan, jsullivan@cvag.org