City of Mill Valley Readies Two Major Bike-Ped Projects
At a cost of nearly $1.1 million from local, state and federal funding sources, projects on Camino Alto and Sycamore Avenue will allow bicyclists and pedestrians to connect safely to the Mill Valley-Sausalito Multi-Use Path.... Read More
Photo Simulation - Looking East on Sycamore Ave from Camino Alto
The Sycamore Avenue Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvement Project will provide a pathway along the south side of Sycamore Avenue linking the Mill Valley-Sausalito path to Camino Alto Avenue. The City would like to thank the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee and the Safe Routes to Schools Task Force members who assisted in the development of these improvements identified in the Mill Valley Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan. The project is funded through a federal Transportation Enhancements Program Grant and the Measure A-1/2 cent sales tax.
The first phase of the project was completed on March 3, 2014 and comprised of the removal of eucalyptus trees fronting the SASM property. The trees will be replaced with native, non-invasive and lower fire-risk species. The second phase of work will commence in June 2014 and includes constructing the pathway and replacing trees removed in the first phase. Staff anticipates the pathway to be open and ready for use by September 2014.
We appreciate your patience while we work on this important project. If you have questions, comments or require specific assistance, please contact Construction Manager, Dane Rodgers on the project phone line at (415) 489-2136.
City Project Manager: Cecilia Zamora (415) 384-4800 ext. 4807 or email email@example.com.
Last Updated: June 2014
Tree Removal Notice February 2014
Pathway Construction Notice June 2014