Getting Around in a Bike Friendly City

The Rose Park Neighborhood Association is hosting a Community Meeting Feb. 1st 7-8:30pm on the topic of “Getting Around in a Bike Friendly City”. A great time to gather and discuss the implications and growing pains of living in a Bike Friendly City. Discussion will include the installation of the 6th Street Bike Boulevard that will go through Rose Park South.

Location: Red Leprechaun at Anaheim and Termino

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Community Meeting

Join us Wednesday February 1st at 7pm-8:30pm

at Red Leprechaun [4000 East Anaheim St. Long Beach, Ca. 90804]

for our Mobility-Engagement Meeting.

TOPIC:

Getting Around in a Bike Friendly City

Speakers:

Tony Cruz, LB City Bike Ambassador Steve Tweed, Infrastructure Engineer City of LB Facilitator: David Clement, RPNA

ALSO

Stella Ursua – Green Education, Inc and the Don’t Waste Long Beach Team

Thank you to Tracy Ames, Proprietor of Red Leprechaun for being a gracious host!

Limited Parking behind Pub or Park on street

Red Leprechaun located at 4000 East Anaheim St. Long Beach, Ca. 90804

All who walk, bike, skate, drive are welcome!

Rose Park involved with local history project

There is much to learn about the formation of the Rose Park area and its relationship to the East 7th Street annexation to the City of Long Beach in 1909. CSULB graduate program funded by the LB Naval Heritage Memorial Fund is researching the development of our area between 1920 and 1930. Here is the recent piece at CSULB.

We’ve asked for a presentation by the CSULB gradate students and faculty sometime this Spring – will be sending out a community invite when that is set-up.