Public Input Requested

   Tell us what you think!    
¡Cuéntenos qué piensa!
The City of San Pablo is creating designs to improve 10 streets identified in the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan. We want to hear your ideas about how to improve these streets.

Complete this survey by May 31 for a chance to win a $50 gift card to a local business!
San Pablo Corridor Study - Sidewalk Decal Image Opens in new windowLa ciudad de San Pablo está creando diseños para mejorar 10 calles identificadas en el "Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan." Queremos sus ideas sobre cómo podemos mejorar estas calles. 

¡Complete esta encuesta antes del 31 de mayo para la oportunidad de ganar una tarjeta regalo de $50 a un negocio local!

Are you a student or parent? Are you a neighbor of a San Pablo school?

We are creating the Safe Routes to School Master Plan to make it better to walk, bike or roll to school.

Complete this survey to let us know how!

Graphic of a school and child on a bike / Un gráfico de una escuela y un niño en una bicicleta

¿Eres un estudiante? ¿Es Ud. un padre? ¿Es Ud. un vecino de una escuela en San Pablo?

Estamos preparando el plan de rutas seguras a la escuela para mejorar la experiencia de caminar y andar en bicicleta o patineta a la escuela.

¡Complete esta encuesta para contarnos cómo!


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How will we use your feedback?

Your feedback is valued as part of our design process!  We review every comment we receive.  

All feedback helps us decide how to continue with any design or project.  Please note that City staff will not implement feedback that we believe will negatively impact public safety.

In many situations, we are seeking feedback on project plans. We use this planning information to get grants and other money to finish the designs and construct the projects.  You might not see these projects in person for many years.  Do not be discouraged!  City staff are working hard to implement these improvements as fast as we can.