City of South Lake Tahoe to host meeting on Sierra Boulevard project
The city of South Lake Tahoe is hosting a meeting to review the Sierra Boulevard project design.
The meeting will take place at the recreation center at 1180 Rufus Allen Blvd. on Thursday, Nov. 2. It starts at 5:30 p.m. The meeting is intended to provide residents an opportunity to share comments and concerns on the project.
The 60 percent plans for the Sierra Boulevard Complete Streets Project were developed by NCE and include a Class 1 mixed use recreational trail, sidewalk, driveway connections, curbs, gutters, drainage system, stormwater infiltration, and stormwater treatment. Class 2 bike lanes are proposed on each side of the fully reconstructed roadway.
Lighting, using the city’s standard downward shining street light, is proposed along the length of the mixed use recreational trail. The mixed use path will provide valuable connections with other regional trail systems. On-street parking spaces are being considered at various sections along the length of Sierra Boulevard.
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