After well-attended public workshops for MacDonald Avenue and San Pablo Avenue, the City of Richmond moves next to 23rd Street, a key bikeway connecting Downtown Richmond, City Hall, Richmond High School and San Pablo City Hall north to Contra Costa College. Please attend one of these upcoming workshops or stop by the open studios and voice your support for bike lanes on 23rd Avenue. 23rd Street Focus Area Design Charrette Design Charrette Ohio Avenue to I-580 - April 10-12, 2012 Galileo Club, 371 S. 23rd Street
- Opening Meeting Tuesday,April10 • 5:30-7:00p.m.*
- Open Studio Hours Wednesday, April 11 • 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
- ClosingPresentation Thursday,April12 • 5:30-7:00p.m.*
All events will be held at Galileo Club, 371 S. 23rd Street * Refreshments provided at these events. The City of Richmond is developing a Form-Based Development Codes (FBC) for three major commercial corridors in the City. Form Based Codes include new zoning rules and architectural guidelines that will help transform and revitalize Macdonald Avenue, San Pablo Avenue, and 23rd Street into livable, walkable, bikeable and economically thriving corridors. The Form Based Codes address public realm components, including roadways, streets, sidewalks, and civic spaces. Great streets and great places are where we enjoy bicycling.