Hello Beautiful Bike Friends,
Thank you to those that attended our biketivist forum last week. We hope you learned something new and were inspired to take action on a campaign or project you've had in mind!
If you missed our forum, you are in luck. We recorded the breakout sessions and you can access the video below! There's also important team-related information regarding campaign planning and the East Whisman group ride.
East Whisman Infrastructure Ride - Saturday, October 8 at 10 a.m.
We are fewer than a couple weeks away from an infrastructure ride on the East Whisman Precise Plan.
We'll have folks from Google/Lendlease and the City of Mountain View to discuss the future of the development which will include affordable housing, commercial properties, and several new parks and open spaces.
We hope you'll be able to join us. You can register for the event here.
Biketivist Forum Mountain View Break Out Session
Mayor Lucas Ramirez joined the Palo Alto and Mountain View teams for an excellent high-level overview of Mt. View’s budget priorities and process to help us better understand how city hall prioritizes active transportation projects.
In addition to breaking down the city’s revenue streams and funding allocations, Mayor Ramirez outlined the budget timeline, the city’s strategic priorities, and one of the most important programs for advocates in the Bike Movement, the Capital Improvement Program (CIP).
Get More Involved
We had several new faces join us at our last meeting. I want to thank you for logging on and listening in on the latest. We also hope you'll take the plunge and sign up to help or lead a campaign or task, which you can find here.
Let me know if you have interest in any items below or in the master spreadsheet.
Anthony Montes | he/him/his
Community Organizer | 408-694-8848