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This application is an interactive tool for educating community members and soliciting feedback about the Halcyon Road Complete Streets Plan.

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Halcyon Road Complete Streets Plan

The City of Arroyo Grande is developing a plan to improve safety, mobility and accessibility for all users along the Halcyon Road corridor which extends from its junction with Highway 101 to its intersection with State Route 1. The interactive map provided on this page allowed members of the public to view project information, post comments on existing issues and suggest ideas for improvement. The comment period for this project ended in May, 2017 and this page exists as a historical record of the project's outreach efforts.


For the purposes of developing a Complete Streets Blueprint for Halcyon Road which is sensitive to the context of its adjoining land uses, the corridor is divided into four "Context Zones" as presented below and on the map to the left.

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Context Zone 1: El Camino Real to East Grand Avenue

Context Zone 1 is urban in nature, with predominantly commercial uses. North Halcyon Road in this zone is currently one lane in each direction, with sidewalks generally provided on both sides, no bike lanes, and on-street parking allowed in most cases. Click the image below to view more detail and use the commenting tool to add your specific concerns or ideas.

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Context Zone 2: East Grand Avenue to Fair Oaks Avenue

Context Zone 2 is an urban transition zone, with a mix of residential and commercial uses including the Arroyo Grande Community Hospital. South Halcyon Road in this zone is currently two lanes in each direction, with sidewalks generally provided on both sides, no bike lanes, and on-street parking allowed in some locations. Click the image below to view more detail and use the commenting tool to add your specific concerns or ideas.

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Context Zone 3: Fair Oaks Avenue to The Pike

Context Zone 3 is a suburban neighborhood zone, with primarily residential uses including Harloe Elementary School. South Halcyon Road in this zone transitions from two lanes to one lane in each direction south of Farroll Avenue, with sidewalks generally provided on both sides, no bike lanes, and on-street parking allowed in most locations. Click the image below to view more detail and use the commenting tool to add your specific concerns or ideas.

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Context Zone 4: The Pike to State Route 1

Context Zone 4 is a rural zone lying in the County of San Luis Obispo, with a mix of rural residential and agricultural uses and in addition the townsite of Halcyon. South Halcyon Road in this zone transitions one lane in each direction, with no sidewalks, paved shoulders which in some cases act as bike lanes, and no on-street parking. Click the image below to view more detail and use the commenting tool to add your specific concerns or ideas.

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