Eastvale 2040

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What is Eastvale 2040?



Eastvale 2040 is a new initiative all about envisioning our future, that will update our General Plan.

The General Plan is an implementation tool and represents the needs of the City moving forward. Since its adoption seven years ago, the City has changed and evolved. Now that Eastvale is nearing its 10th year of service, it is time to bring the entire community together to reexamine and update our long-term vision and values.


Explore Eastvale!

The Explore Eastvale! campaign is live! From April 15, 2021 through May 10, 2021, we are calling all residents, community champions, business leaders, faith leaders, youth groups, scouts, students, and active living enthusiasts to volunteer to walk, run, or ride our streets and complete a short survey. The feedback we receive will be used to inform the Eastvale 2040 Plan.

We need to understand from the commUNITY what it is like to use our streets. Are our streets safe, welcoming and inclusive to everyone in our commUNITY? What is important to make our commUNITY better? Let’s get out and explore our neighborhoods, evaluate our streets and connect with our neighbors!

Anyone taking the survey can use the online tool, to select specific half-mile major street segments (or selected as many segments as they’d like) and answer several short questions about their experience and observations. You can also upload videos and photos!

Eastvale 2040 Project Schedule



What is Eastvale 2040?



Eastvale 2040 is a new initiative all about envisioning our future, that will update our General Plan.

The General Plan is an implementation tool and represents the needs of the City moving forward. Since its adoption seven years ago, the City has changed and evolved. Now that Eastvale is nearing its 10th year of service, it is time to bring the entire community together to reexamine and update our long-term vision and values.


Explore Eastvale!

The Explore Eastvale! campaign is live! From April 15, 2021 through May 10, 2021, we are calling all residents, community champions, business leaders, faith leaders, youth groups, scouts, students, and active living enthusiasts to volunteer to walk, run, or ride our streets and complete a short survey. The feedback we receive will be used to inform the Eastvale 2040 Plan.

We need to understand from the commUNITY what it is like to use our streets. Are our streets safe, welcoming and inclusive to everyone in our commUNITY? What is important to make our commUNITY better? Let’s get out and explore our neighborhoods, evaluate our streets and connect with our neighbors!

Anyone taking the survey can use the online tool, to select specific half-mile major street segments (or selected as many segments as they’d like) and answer several short questions about their experience and observations. You can also upload videos and photos!

Eastvale 2040 Project Schedule


  • What is important to make our community safe, active, connected, and walkable? Explore Eastvale! is a campaign to evaluate our streets and connect our commUNITY. We need to understand from our residents what it is like to use our streets- are our streets safe and inclusive to everyone in our commUNITY?    

    This survey will allow you to select specific half-mile major street segments and answer several short questions about your experience and observations on a particular segment. You can also upload videos and photos! You can complete the short survey for as many segments as you would like.                                  


                                                         
                

        


            

        

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  • This survey is intended as a follow up to the presentation on “Creative Placemaking and Suburban Change” by John Arroyo, which took place March 9, 2021. If you were unable to attend the session, we encourage you to watch below


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  • This survey is intended as a follow up to the presentation on economic development by Joe Minicozzi from Urban3, which took place February 18, 2021. If you were unable to attend the session, we encourage you to watch it below:


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  • This survey is intended as a follow up to the presentation on Housing “The Missing Middle” by Dan Parolek from Opticos Design, which took place January 28, 2021. If you were unable to attend the session, we encourage you to watch it below! 


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  • This survey is intended as a follow up to the presentation on Diversity & Inclusion by Shawnika Johnson, AICP, MURP; which took place January 14, 2021.
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  • This survey is intended as a follow up to the presentation on Community Design by Victor Dover from Dover, Kohl and Partners Town Planning, which took place December 2, 2020. If you were unable to attend the session, we encourage you to watch below.


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  • This survey is intended as a follow up to the presentation on Mobility & Healthy Communities by Chris Danley from Vitruvian Planning, which took place November 12, 2020. If you were unable to attend the session, we encourage you to watch it below! 


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