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Posted on: October 27, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Reimagine Creek Park Community Input Meeting

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Reimagine Creek Park Project – Community Input Meeting 

The Community Input Meeting scheduled for Saturday, October 23rd has been cancelled due to weather. The meeting on Wednesday,  October 27th will use a hybrid format: Live in the Town Council Chambers and on Zoom.

The Town Council Chambers are located at Town Hall, 525 San Anselmo Avenue.

Community Input Meeting (Live/Zoom): Wednesday, October 27, 2021 - 6:30pm
 San Anselmo Town Council Chambers (masks mandatory) or via

By Telephone:   1 669 900 6833      Webinar ID: 844 2828 2604

On Wednesday, October 27th, the Reimage Creek Park Community Advisory Committee (RCPCAC) will host another Community Input Open House event. This meeting will be held in-person in the San Anselmo Town Council Chambers between 6:30 and 8:00pm. This meeting will be held simultaneously on the ZOOM Webinar platform (use address above). At this event, the committee will display the design concepts that were generated based on input received to date, including input from the September 11th Open House event. Committee members, staff and the design team from RHAA Landscape Architects + Planners will be on hand to help answer questions, take additional comment on the latest iterations. Each of these meetings helps get the community closer to finalizing a design for the new Creekside Commons public space.
This community project is being done in conjunction with the Marin County Flood Control & Water Conservation District. The Flood District will be moving into Phase 2 of the downtown flood control project which will entail the removal of the concrete abutments that currently hold up the plaza area which account for significant blockage of the creek’s flow. This work is scheduled to be carried out during the summer of 2022. The Town’s Creekside Commons project seeks to capitalize on the Flood District project by planning for and building a well thought out and desirable public space around the flood project contours that will serve the community for years to come.

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