Glendale Safe & Healthy Streets Plan to Go Before City Council on April 12th

After passing through several commissions, the Glendale Safe & Healthy Streets Plan will be presented before City Council on April 12th for approval!

When: Tuesday, April 12; 6:00 PM
Where: Glendale City Hall, City Council Chambers

If you live and/or ride and walk in Glendale, come out and voice your support for this innovative plan. If you can’t make the meeting, be sure to submit your comments by email to City Council at citycouncil@ci.glendale.ca.us.

For more information, check out the Glendale SAHS blog or contact Colin Bogart, PLACE Initiative Coordinator, at colin@la-bike.org.

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