From recreation to shopping, retail, restaurants, mental health, environment, housing and more, Pleasanton’s City Council recently adopted a two-year work plan to make improvements to Pleasanton.
Over the next two years, residents and visitors to Pleasanton will witness changes to the already popular city. Over 90 items made the list of improvements that are set to take place with strong support from first-year Pleasanton Mayor Karla Brown.
In a May 27 article in The Patch, Brown states, “…there are many exciting topics that will be coming forward in the next two years…I supported programs that keep our community healthy and active, and there were many projects this year that aimed to have fun while improving our lives.”
Some of the New Plans for Pleasanton’s Makeover
Some of the plans for Pleasanton’s makeover include:
- Assisting residents and small businesses in recovering from the effects of COVID-19
- Implementing the newly formed Police Chief Community Advisory Board and the alternative mental health response pilot program
- Developing a framework for Stoneridge Shopping Center
- Rezoning residential housing and incorporating senior housing
- Improving parking in Downtown Pleasanton
- Eliminating hazardous chemicals from the local water supply
- Repairing streets to make them safer for pedestrians and bicyclists
- Creating a plan to connect BART to Valley Link
- Phasing out plastic utensils from restaurants/retail establishments
- Implementing smoking restrictions
- Improving many recreational facilities; adding sports; developing an all-access playground
- Reopening city community services
- So much more!
To read more of the city’s plans to beautify, modernize, and improve Pleasanton, please click here to read the entire article.
How You Can Help Pleasanton
Summer’s right around the corner and you can support Pleasanton by supporting the small, local businesses who depend on our patronage to thrive and survive.
Consider taking part in the To Tri-Valley with Love campaign which asks residents to spend a minimum of $25 per week at local businesses instead of shopping online and in big-box stores. The program aims to put money back into the local economy and support the businesses that were hit so hard during the pandemic. Participants can earn “coupons” by signing up for the Promise Pass.
For a list of participating stores in Pleasanton, please click here
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