The Miller Avenue “Streetscape” refers to roadway and sidewalk elements located in the public right of way, including sidewalks, bike lanes, travel lanes, curb areas, medians and landscaping.
In 2011 the Mill Valley City Council adopted the Miller Avenue Streetscape Master Plan with the goal of improving multi-modal transportation, preserving and enhancing ecology and landscape, recognizing cultural features and character, and repairing infrastructure. Input and dialogue with the community was continuous throughout the process of developing the Master Plan, for more information visit the History/Background page. Currently, the City is refining the Streetscape Plan based on estimated costs and budget, for more information go to recent activites.
There are five "rooms" within this 1.8 mile project area along Miller Avenue--from Sunnyside to Almonte. These rooms characterize the look and feel of the area along the street. Main components of the Streetscape Project include establishing a continuous bike lane from Sunnyside to Almonte, sidewalk repair and widening in some sections, improvements to bus shelters, and improvements to the drainage and pavement of the actual roadway. Download illustrations of proposed work and the entire Streetscape Plan below.