The City of Eureka needs your input on the potential renaming of 20-30 Park.
With the park slated to receive major upgrades, we have a rare opportunity to rethink 20-30 Park’s identity and begin a new era for this neighborhood landmark. Whether you have a new name idea or you would like the park’s name to remain the same, please let us know.
If you’re between the ages of 13 and 19 and live in or attend school in the greater Eureka area, we need your input.
The Eureka Youth Council is conducting an anonymous survey to collect information on your economic, environmental and social concerns; health and well-being, extracurricular and recreational needs and more. The information will help the City better understand how you live, learn, work, and play, and what could be improved or implemented to give you a higher quality of life in Eureka.
If you drive 6th and 7th Streets on your way to work or during the course of your day, you’ve probably noticed the temporary lane reduction we’ve put into place this week. We’re trying to get feedback from residents and motorists to learn what people think of the temporary change. Please take a few minutes to fill out the survey linked below and give us your thoughts.
The City’s gulches are gullies or ravines that vary in size and topography. The City’s greenways are the vegetated areas within and adjacent to these gulches. Please help the City develop preservation/ management standards for the City’s gulches and greenways. How to participate:
This plan will analyze the existing parking demand and supply and provide implementable strategies that balance the parking utilization for all users, including residents, business employers and visitors. With increasing development in Downtown Eureka, the City will continue to thrive and attract more vehicular trips resulting in an increase in parking demand. Parking strategies will uphold the objectives to ensure balanced use of public parking while maintaining the economic vibrancy of Downtown Eureka.
The City of Eureka is applying for funding to make improvements to Cooper Gulch Park and would like hear your thoughts on improvements of this community space. Your opinions about park improvements are crucial to the park proposal that will be submitted for grant funding.
Please take a few minutes to take our Cooper Gulch Park Improvement Survey to share your thoughts. We want to be sure that everyone is invited to voice their opinion in this FINAL public outreach opportunity.
Caltrans (District 1) in Eureka is looking for help in developing its very first District 1 Active Transportation Plan.
This is a really exciting “first” for them. They’re identifying locations on state highways throughout the entire District (Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, and Mendocino Counties) where pedestrians and bicyclists need better infrastructure to encourage more safe and comfortable trips made on foot or by bicycle.
Public input is VERY important in this effort, and that’s why they’re asking for your help. They’d love to know your opinions about where things can be improved for pedestrians and cyclists and have developed an online mapping survey (https://survey.catplan.org/) so you can locate areas where your have walking or biking concerns. The survey closes November 30, 2020.
If you have something to say that isn’t easily captured through the survey, you can contact them at: