30 Second Action: Sign our petition

Please sign our petition and spread the word! Below is why this action is important: We have a once in a generation opportunity to transform the El Cerrito Plaza BART station into a vibrant gathering hub with mixed-income housing, shops, restaurants, and public spaces. A thoughtful plan will enhance and serve the existing neighborhood residentsContinue reading “30 Second Action: Sign our petition”

Action Opportunity: Corridor Access Study

BART recently publicized some new public input opportunities related to the Berkeley – El Cerrito corridor access study project. There are some Zoom office hours, as well as a new survey in an “online open house”. Plaza for the People is still trying to assess what has been proposed, as the online open house websiteContinue reading “Action Opportunity: Corridor Access Study”

Reminder: Community Meeting Tuesday 5/25 6-7:30pm

The next public event planned for El Cerrito Plaza BART project project is THIS TUESDAY, May 25, from 6-7:30pm. Zoom link for the event is here. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the project and the teams that will be working on it. There will also be opportunity to hear from theContinue reading “Reminder: Community Meeting Tuesday 5/25 6-7:30pm”

ACTION: Attend May 25 Community Meeting

Thanks to everyone who attended, wrote, or spoke at the El Cerrito City Council meeting this week. For those who missed it, you can see the video of the meeting here (you can use the event bookmarks to jump to the relevant section of the video). The next public event planned for this project isContinue reading “ACTION: Attend May 25 Community Meeting”

Action: Attend the May 4 City Council Meeting

The El Cerrito Plaza BART TOD project is on the agenda for the May 4 City Council Meeting. Included in the meeting packet are presentations by city staff, BART staff, and the developer team. This is a great opportunity to hear from the key players involved with the project. You can join the meeting viaContinue reading “Action: Attend the May 4 City Council Meeting”