The Placer County Department of Public Works announced they will be hosting a series of workshops intended to engage residents and business owners on desired improvements related to transportation programs and systems in Granite Bay.
Workshops will be held at the Eureka School district offices on Eureka Road on Jan. 9, Jan. 23, Feb. 6 and Feb. 20 at 6:00 p.m.
“Our county transportation systems are integral to a good quality of life for residents, visitors, and our local business owners,” stated Ken Grehm, Director of Public Works. “These workshops are intended to provide key stakeholders in our community an opportunity to learn, discuss, and provide feedback on policies that affect them every day.”
The initial meeting will provide an overview of the circulation element of the community plan, outline community discussion topics and provide an initial overview of vehicle-related traffic volumes. The following subsequent workshops will provide an opportunity for County engineers and planners to engage with community members interested in effecting transportation systems and policies for the future.
The Placer County Department of Public Works provides a wide range of public services outside of city limits such as road maintenance, bus service, public works engineering, and more. You can visit their website here.