This month's meeting will be Monday, March 16, 2020 at 7pm at the Orange Coast College Ronnenberg Center for Sustainability. We'll be continuing our discussion from February on planning for a Minimum Grid of all ages, all abilities bike lanes in Costa Mesa.
Everyone is welcome, and there is no admission charge. We'll start off with a summary of recent events in the city, then dive into the map we created based on discussions in February (included, below). Do we like what we drew? Did we miss anything? Is it too much? Which of this infrastructure should take priority - what should we suggest the city work on first?
Bring a friend and plenty of ideas!
The Ronnenberg Center for Sustainability is at the northern end of the Adams parking lot of Orange Coast College in Costa Mesa, CA. The closest intersection is Adams and Pinecreek; the center is a small building between the Fitness Complex and softball field, just behind the Recycling Center. Parking is free for bikes, $3 for cars (there's a permit dispenser in the parking lot near the under construction student housing; the dispenser accepts $1 bills and coins only).