On December 6, 2020, the City of Beverly Hills held a facilitated community meeting to discuss a path forward for the Draft Complete Streets Plan, including building consensus on issues raised during the public outreach process before taking the plan forward to City Council.
The meeting was facilitated by Dr. Sukhsimranjit Singh, who serves as the Judge Danny Weinstein Managing Director of the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution at Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law, where he also is an Associate Professor of Law and Practice and directs the LL.M programs.
Review Dr. Singh’s summary report of the meeting here. The report will be provided to the City Council as part of the staff report for the April 20, 2021 Study Session meeting, where they are currently scheduled to discuss the Draft Complete Streets Plan. Information on how to join the meeting will be posted at www.beverlyhills.org/citycouncilmeetings.
Click on the following links to view the revised Draft Complete Streets Plan, Technical Appendices, and Draft Complete Streets Action Plan. To submit comments, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment on the Contact page of this website.
What is a Complete Street?
We know that there is not a one-size-fits-all design to every street. The goals of a Complete Street are universal:
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Throughout the planning process, the community will be invited to meetings and events to review, discuss, and provide feedback on proposed elements of the Plan. Details of upcoming events will be posted on this website and emailed to you if you sign-up for our e-announcement list. Your participation will help to inform how we plan for the future of Beverly Hills.
We’ll publish materials including workshop and presentation boards, drafts, and the final report here on the website for your review. We will look to the public to provide comments both in-person and online throughout the process to ensure the final Plan is representative of the desires and needs of Beverly Hills.
Improved Draft Plan (November 2019)
Draft Plan (April 2019)
City Council/Traffic & Parking Commission