Check out the latest Public Open House Presentation
You can download the latest presentation from the April 30th Public Open House. Learn about proposed projects to improve the trail and transportation network, design guidelines used to aid in project development and about the prioritized projects that should be completed first.Keep reading >>
Explore the Proposed Network and Tell Us What You Think
Want to know how to connect to your favorite trailhead? Have an idea for making an existing street safer? The Big Bear Valley Pedestrian, Bicycle, and Equestrian Master Plan Interactive Map allows you to explore and comment on the proposed network at home or on the go. With your help, results from this map will be used to refine the proposed network of pedestrian, bicycle and equestrian routes. You can also use the Opportunities Maps in the document library as a reference. The Interactive Map is easy to use and allows you to weigh-in on the future network at your own pace.
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Forming the new non-motorized network
Participants at the second Community Workshop helped define the preferred routes for pedestrians, bicyclists and equestrians in the Valley. On January 29th, at the Community Church, the project team presented key findings from the analysis of existing conditions, leading into a discussion of where and how the future non-motorized network could be created. In case you missed it, we encourage you to download the presentation.Keep reading >>
Complete the Community Survey!
As part of developing the Master Plan, we are asking Big Bear Valley residents and visitors to complete a short online survey. Please take a few moments to tells us about yourself, what you do in Big Bear and what you think the priorities should be. We need your input!Keep reading >>
Download the latest project presentations
PDF presentations from the latest meetings are now availalbe to download and review. The presentations are from the Joint City Council/Planning Commission meeting and Recreational Industry Advisory Committee meeting held in mid December.Keep reading >>
Thanks for a Great Community Workshop!
The first Community Workshop was held at the Performing Arts Center (City Hall) on Tuesday, November 13th from 6:30pm-9pm, the Community Workshop allowed the public to learn about the purpose of the project, the process and comment on system-wide needs, challenges and opportunities.
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A Successful Smart Mobility/Complete Streets Workshop
The MIG Team hosted a daylong “Complete Streets Workshop/Smart Mobility Workshop” in conjunction with the National Complete Streets Coalition and Caltrans. The workshop provided an engaging and educational discussion as well as an opportunity to design the future of the transportation system in the Valley. MIG presented elements of its Re:Streets workshop, including precedents from communities around the country and best practices from around the world. Outcomes of the meeting will help define street and trail design and desired treatments.
Complete the Street Art Contest Winners!
Thanks to all of the talented local artists who contributed to the Complete the Street Art Contest. Congratulations to “Four Seasons of Fun,” “Go Outside,” and “Get Out There Big Bear!” for the excellent and inspiring art work.
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