The City of Laguna Beach will hold a Village Entrance community design workshop as the next step in the conceptual design process. The workshop will begin with a summary of feedback received at the June 23 walking tour and via the online engagement tool. Workshop attendees will have an opportunity to participate in a collaborative design exercise, and the project team encourages the public to bring images and graphics to be included as part of an “idea wall” for design inspiration.
The Village Entrance site and related project elements are located near the intersection of Broadway (State Route 133) and Forest Avenue. The area is currently used primarily for surface parking, storage, City facilities and an active sewer lift station. The intent of the Village Entrance Project is to enhance the site aesthetics and overall image while maintaining parking and space for public facilities. The proposed project will beautify the area with landscaping, a pedestrian/bicycle pathway and an exterior renovation of the historic sewer digester facility.
For more information on the Village Entrance Project, please visit: www.Village-Entrance.com.