Reprint: By ANNE GELHAUS | firstname.lastname@example.org | Bay Area News GroupFebruary 5, 2020 at 7:34 am
Cupertino is looking for residents’ feedback on planned pedestrian and bike pathway improvements at the entrance road to Blackberry Farm.
The city is working on a feasibility study regarding the proposed improvements to San Fernando Avenue, which currently splits just off of Byrne Avenue and becomes a long driveway down to Blackberry Farm. A public meeting on the study is set for Feb. 12, 6:30-8 p.m., at McClellan Ranch Preserve’s Environmental Education Center, 22221 McClellan Road.
The meeting will be an open house format where participants can arrive any time during the event window and have one-on-one discussions with city staff and project consultants about the project’s conceptual design recommendation.
For more information, visit www.cupertino.org/bbfentranceroad.