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City Seeking Public Input for New Town Gateway Project

Wednesday, November 6th, 2019

There is a neat new plan in the works to create an improved gateway near the east end of Main Street to welcome visitors to the town of Susanville. The City is currently seeking public input on the project which will featured landscaping, a City of Susanville sign and a miniature recreation of the historic Fruit Growers mill tower.

According to City Engineer Daniel Gibbs the project will ultimately construct gateway enhancements including widening existing road shoulders; construction of a new ADA compliant curb, gutter, and sidewalk; installation of decorative safety lighting and removal of the standard ‘cobra head’ lighting, where possible.

The gateway will add a pedestrian safety rail on the existing bridge over a drainage ditch, a new gateway monument sign along with street furniture such as benches, trash receptacles and bicycle racks.

“We encourage you to provide suggestions and comments on the various elements of it and what they may mean to you as a resident of the community,” explains Gibbs. “Please share your thoughts and opinions with us.”

You may submit suggestions via email to City Engineer Daniel Gibbs at dgibbs@cityofsusanville.org or mail them to:

City Engineer/ Public Works Department
720 South Street
Susanville, CA 96130

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