You’re invited to join a very interesting discussion, as part of the Sierra Club’s “Healthy Communities Forum” program – on May 31, the
“Complete Streets for Healthy Communities” discussion will focus on Mobility and Transportation, and features Redwood City Council Member Barbara Pierce.
The May, 2011 Healthy Communities Forum Topic: Mobility and Transportation – Complete Streets for Healthy Communities
Tuesday, May 31st, 6 pm
Council Chambers, City Hall
1017 Middlefield Road, Redwood City
Redwood City Councilmember Barbara Pierce will discuss some of the challenges our cities face related to mobility of pedestrians, cyclists, transit users, and drivers and highlight how complete streets can improve the social, economic, environmental health of our cities. Afterward, we’ll discuss solutions and strategize next steps together with Chris Bui, a master interactive facilitator.
Join us for the second Healthy Communities Forum and explore how the various facets of the health of our cities – economic, environmental, and social – intersect. Each Forum is a unique opportunity for decision makers, community leaders, and the general public to listen to visionary speakers share their knowledge related to a specific aspect of a healthy community.
Participants engage in dialogue to connect the vision of a healthy community to their own community, discuss solutions, and together decide on meaningful next steps. Future talks include housing, local economies, public health, and habitat preservation.
Agenda for May 31:
6 pm – Dinner & Networking
6:30 pm – Welcome, Councilmember Barbara Pierce
7:15 pm – Group Discussion and Report Back
8:45 pm – Close
This Forum is hosted by:
Jerry Hill, State Assemblymember
Barbara Pierce, Redwood City Councilmember
Terry Nagel, Burlingame City Councilmember
Carole Groom, San Mateo County Supervisor
Fred Hansson, San Mateo County Planning Commission Member
Raymond Mueller, Menlo Park Transportation Commission
This Forum is sponsored by the Loma Prieta Chapter of the Sierra Club, Greenbelt Alliance, Redwood City 2020, San Mateo County, Grand Boulevard El Camino Real, the City of Redwood City, Housing Leadership Council, Sustainable San Mateo County, APACA, and Transform.