Complete and Sustainable Streets Corridor Plan
Preliminary Design Review Presentation
In May of this year, the City hosted a multi-day Community Workshop/Meeting to solicit ideas for change and help establish a vision for the future of Creston Road. Since then, the City's consultant team has been studying constraints and opportunities, and translating your input into proposed designs to improve the corridor for all users.
On September 27th a workshop was held in the Paso Robles Council Chamber to review preliminary designs.
Creston Road Preferred Plan Powerpoint Presentation [pdf:6.8mb/75pp]
Preferred Concept Plan [pdf:868k/3pp]
- Street Design Proposals
After the presentation, those in attendance were given an opportunity to provide written comments and vote on the features proposed in the alternative design. This report card has been tabulated and summarized: Download Report Card Summary
Help Make Creston Road Safe and Convenient for Everyone
The City of Paso Robles completed its multi-day Community Workshop for the proposed improvements along Creston Road. The opening night of May 8th, approximately 20 people participated in the walking assessment of Creston Road. Then at 6:00 PM, an additional 20 residents attended the formal presentation where the City's design team related the existing condition of Creston Road.
The attendees then formed small groups and maps of the corridor were given to them for the opportunity to mark up the plans to identify issues and improvements for the road. Each group then shared their ideas to everyone in attendance.
Read Press Release [PDF] (May 18, 2017)
The focus is Creston Road between South River Road and Niblick Road. View a location map [PDF]. The project is made possible with funding from a Caltrans Sustainable Transportation Planning Grant. A consultant team has been selected to work closely with community members and the City to develop the plan.
The resulting plan will include designs and strategies to:
- Make Creston Road safer and easier for school children and adults to walk or ride a bike.
- Improve conditions for transit, motorists and businesses.
- Beautify the corridor with streetscape enhancements.
- Coordinate circulation and access with existing and future land uses and projects.
Our technical consultant team, led by W-Trans and the Local Government Commission, is busy collecting and reviewing traffic and safety data, existing plans and current planning efforts, and documenting conditions throughout the corridor.
Monday, May 8th
Opening Community Workshop: 6:00-8:30pm.
Download Opening Presentation Slides
Wednesday, May 10
Emergency Operations Center
900 Park Street, Paso Robles
Thursday, May 11
Presentation of Preliminary Designs
Download Closing Presentation Slides
For More Information
City of Paso Robles, Department of Public Works