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City seeks input on Grand Avenue Vision Plan

The City has secured a grant to implement the first phase of the Grand Avenue Vision Plan which includes diagonal parking on one side of the street between Juniper and Escondido, and widening the north sidewalk between Broadway and Maple. 

Amber Tarrac, the city’s  deputy director of economic development, told The Times-Advocate: “The City is seeking community input on the various images and site plans in the poll which are being considered for the Grand Avenue Vision Plan Project.  Community and business feedback is critical as part of this process to help inform the project design.

The city is forwarding the request to multiple people in the community and inviting them to send the poll to their friends, family, neighbors and coworkers. 

You can take the poll by visiting this website: survey.constantcontact.com/survey/a07eh5bta8skbh0jwn4/a00akbtyqmyo/questions

The poll closes at 5 p.m. on July 8, 2020, however, you are encouraged to submit your feedback soon.  

For more on the project, visit here: www.escondido.org/community-meeting-planned-for-downtown-vision-.aspx

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