This Week In Livable Streets

Garden Grove open streets, Metro budget, Metro Crenshaw/LAX rail, Metro bike/walk plan, Metro street safety plan, and more:

Garden Grove open streets festival this Saturday
Garden Grove open streets festival this Saturday
  • Saturday 4/2 – The city of Garden Grove will host Re:Imagine Garden Grove Open Streets from 1-6 p.m. The family-friendly event will takes place on a 2.2-mile route located on Acacia Parkway and the adjacent bike/walk path. Activities will include a Ferris wheel, lucha libre, live music, food trucks, and free surrey bike rentals. Event details at Garden Grove open streets website. Share via Facebook event.

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