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Posted on: March 30, 2022

[ARCHIVED] East Blithedale Project - Update & Virtual Community Meeting

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Join Us for the Virtual Community Meeting:
April 21st, 2022 from 5:30 – 6:30pm.
Learn more about the project, its purpose, and the proposed construction schedule and approach.  
Register here today.

Or Call: 408 638 0968 
Meeting ID: 848 3554 1635 
Passcode: 160470 

The City of Mill Valley recognizes East Blithedale Avenue as a vital corridor between downtown Mill Valley and Highway 101 as it serves as the northern gateway into the City’s residential, school, and business areas. 

The project is divided into three phases. The goal is to rehabilitate aging pavement conditions, install new bike facilities, upgrade existing traffic signals, and improve access to schools, businesses and residential areas. 

The project will interrupt the normal course of business and residential living in the project area. The City is working to address key issues to minimize, where possible, construction-related impacts such as traffic congestion, noise, debris, parking, business operations, deliveries, and accessibility for residents, employees, and customers.

Phase I (US 101 to Amicita): Final paving completed in May 2022East Blithedale Avenue Mailer (PNG)
Phase II (Elm to Camino Alto): April 2022 - October 2023
Phase III (Sunnyside to Elm): April 2022 - October 2022

Project Contact Information:
(628) 238-0221

East Blithedale Project Page:

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