A community reminder:

The City of Cupertino is looking for residents’ feedback on planned pedestrian and bike pathway improvements at the entrance road to Blackberry Farms from Byrne/San Fernando Avenue.

The city is working on a feasibility study regarding the proposed improvements to San Fernando Avenue entrance, which currently splits just off of Byrne Avenue and becomes a long driveway down to Blackberry Farms.

A public meeting on the study is set for Feb. 12, 6:30-8 p.m., at McClellan Ranch Preserve’s Environmental Education Center, 22221 McClellan Road.

The meeting will be an open house format where participants can arrive any time during the event window and have one-on-one discussions with city staff and project consultants about the project’s conceptual design recommendation.
Over 100 Stevens Creek Elementary and over 900 Kennedy and Monta Vista students are driven to school each day because of the difficulty navigating McClellan Road and crossing Stevens Creek Boulevard. The entries into Blackberry Farms are key to making the BBF and the Stevens Creek trail friendlier and an important bike/pedway for out students and residents. Please try to attend if your schedule permits - it's important for our community! P.S. - follow us on Twitter if you want to receive new articles posted on the WalkBikeCupertino.org website.
Happy Walking and Biking,

Your friends at Walk-Bike Cupertino