Community Meeting Notice
The City hosted a Community Information Meeting on Wednesday June 13, 2018, at City Hall (2100 E Thousand Oaks Blvd.) from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Oak/Park Room (3rd level) for residents, businesses and landlords in the project area. Click to see the PowerPoint presentation.
The City has an ongoing program to construct sidewalks and bike lanes throughout the community. The Public Works Department maintains a priority list that ranks missing sidewalk locations based on several factors, including pedestrian traffic volumes, proximity to schools, and road classifications. The incomplete sidewalk sections on Conejo School Road and Willow Lane, between Hampshire Road and Hillcrest Drive is a priority location. This area provides connectivity to both sides of the 101 Freeway, and a direct path to the Conejo Elementary School and Thousand Oaks Blvd. Click on the image for the Concept Plan document.
The project is currently under design, which is expected to be completed by Summer 2019. Construction is scheduled to start in Fall of 2019 and be completed by Fall 2020.
This project is funded by $1,709,150 from the Federal Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Grant, $775,000 from the ATP Cycle 3 Augmentation Grant, $362,500 from the Gas Tax, TDA Article 3 Grant, and City general funds. Total project cost is estimated at $4 million. The project will be providing facilities that encourage residents to use alternative methods of transportation, as well as, providing safer routes for students and parents to access Conejo Elementary School.
The project will provide two miles of sidewalk and bike lane improvements on Conejo Schoo Road and Willow Lane from Hampshire Road to Hillcrest Drive. The main goals of the projects are:
Sidewalk and Curb Ramp Construction
- Improve pedestrian safety
- Improve pedestrian crossing at intersections
- Meet federal compliance with ADA requirements
Road widening and Bicycle Striping
- Improve bicycle and vehicle safety with better defined road features
- Improved facilities to encourage residents (parents and students) to walk/ride instead of driving.
- Improve air quality by encouraging the use of active transportation alternatives
A vicinity and location map of this project is provided. Prior to any construction work taking place, homeowners and businesses near the project will be notified. During construction, there may be some temporary impacts on traffic congestion and pedestrians. This webpage will be updated continuously with the latest available information.
Additional Project Information
Residents will be notified of the project timeline upon the completion of the design process. Please contact Jorge Muñoz, Project Manager at, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (805) 449-2434 with specific questions.