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Miller Avenue Streetscape Plan

The Miller Avenue Streetscape Plan (adopted 2011) includes:
Table of Content and Introduction ; Multi-Modal ; Parking; Character; Implementation

Please note: Refinements have been made since 2011 to based on the detailed engineering, proposed costs, and anticipated funding. 

Construction-Related

Long-Term Parking Management Plan and Proposed Parking Regulations (for details, see May 2, 2016 Staff Report and Supporting Parking Study below)

Construction Parking Management Plan Presentation (6/20/2016)

Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan (2/22/2016)

Overview Materials

Click to download the Miller Avenue Streetscape Project Info Sheet

Click to download the Miller Avenue Streetscape Project Update Presentation from November 10, 2015 (32 MB)

Design Elements Advisory Committee (DEAC) and the “Design Catalog” (3/12/2015)

Engaging the Miller Avenue Business Community – Recap of the 8/10 Business Community Meeting (8/17/2015)

RECENT City Council Meetings and Supporting Documents
May 2, 2016

Recommendation to Award the Construction Contract; Construction Management Contract and Long Range Parking Management Plan
Staff Report and Resolutions
Long Range Parking Management Plan
Existing and Proposed Parking Regulations (Time Limits)
Parking Study (Parisi, April 2016)

March 21, 2016
Consideration of a Resolution Approving Plans and Specifications for the Miller Avenue Streetscape Project and Authorizing the City Manager to Advertise for Public Bids.
Staff Report; Presentation Consideration of a Resolution Approving Plans and Specifications for the Miller Avenue Streetscape Project and Authorizing the City Manager to Advertise for Public Bids.
November 16, 2015

Update on Miller Avenue: Detailed Project Design, Refined Implementation and Funding Strategy and Environmental Review
Staff Report
Attachment 1: Draft Resolution
Attachment 2: CEQA Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration 
Attachment 3: Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting
Presentation Miller Avenue Streetscape Plan Draft Environmental Study Available for Review - (Download the Study)

November 10, 2015
Open House

Open House Meeting Agenda
Miller Avenue Streetscape Project Info Sheet
Miller Avenue Streetscape Project Update Presentation from November 10, 2015 (32 MB)

October 20, 2014

Staff Report and Attachments (18 MB) Presentation: Miller Avenue Streetscape Funding and Implementation Plan

February 3, 2014 

Staff Report
Attachment 1 - Illustrative Exhibits of Miller Avenue Streetscape Refinements
Attachment 2 - Project Cost and Funding Summary
Attachment 3 - Preliminary Implementation Plan
Presentation Initial Briefing and an Update on Design Progress, Construction Cost estimates, Phasing and Project Options for the Miller Avenue Streetscape Project Strategy.

Preliminary Conceptual Designs & Defining Character as Part of the Streetscape Plan

Room Name Street Boundary Description

Passage

Sunnyside to Millwood "Over the Creek & Through the Woods" This area provides a connection to Mill Valley's Downtown. For the preliminary conceptual design options developed by the project team, click here.
Parkway Millwood to Willow "In the Neighborhood"

This area is mainly characterized by its residential, multi-family housing units and small-scale local business services and institutions, such as dental offices and churches.  For the preliminary conceptual design options developed by the project team, click here.

Main Street Willow to Reed "The Heart of Miller Avenue"  The hub of activity along Miller.  Local-serving businesses define this area, including Whole Foods, 2am Club, Marin Theater Company and Joe's Taco Lounge--to name a few! For the preliminary conceptual design options developed by the project team, click here.
Gateway Reed to Camino Alto/Almonte "Welcome to Mill Valley" One of the two entrances into the City from U.S. 101, providing the first impression of Mill Valley.  For the preliminary conceptual design options developed by the project team, click here.

Marsh              

Camino Alto-Almonte "Our Connection to the Bay" This segment of Miller Avenue serves as Mill Valley’s connection to the San Francisco Bay, its neighboring community of Tam Valley, and U.S. 101. This area includes Tamalpais High School, the Redwoods retirement community and cluster housing adjacent to the multi-use pathway and creek. For the preliminary conceptual design options developed by the project team, click here.

  • For Past Historical Documents (2003-2011), click here.  
Last updated: 10/26/2016 11:17:32 AM