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Second Saturday Walk with the Mayor on May 9
Join Mayor Bob Simmons for a 4.5 mile walk that goes under Ygnacio Valley Road not once, but twice! Meet at 9 a.m. in the parking lot on the west side of Valley Vista across from the Boundary Oak Golf Course. The walk will enter the Lime Ridge Open Space, go past an Open Space Foundation restoration project, and return to Boundary Oak around 11:30 a.m. No need to register in advance, but wear good walking shoes, and bring water. For more information, visit www.walnut-creek.org/walks.  
Free energy and water use assessments for Walnut Creek residents
Walnut Creek residents can help fight the drought by signing up for no-cost water and energy conservation services through the California Youth Energy Services (CYES) program. These "Green House Calls" will begin July 1 and run through August 6, and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Reservations are being taken now; call 510-665-1501 ext. 5 or sign up online.  More...
Draft Pedestrian Master Plan ready for comment
The draft of Walnut Creek's first Pedestrian Master Plan is ready for public review at www.wcwalks.org. The purpose of the plan is to make walking in Walnut Creek safer, easier and more popular. Special attention has been paid to improving access to schools, to transit, and within the downtown, as well as improved access to open space areas, parks and neighborhood shopping centers. There will be a series of public meetings on the plan in May. For meeting dates and locations, and the draft plan, visit www.wcwalks.org.  
Chat with the Mayor on Tuesday, May 12
The community is invited to meet the Mayor and talk about current issues in Walnut Creek during a series of informal “Conversations with the Mayor” to be held once a month through June at different locations throughout Walnut Creek. The next “Conversation” will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 12 at the Lindsay Wildlife Museum, 1931 First Avenue.  More...
New! Interactive webpage on development
Want to know what's happening with development in Walnut Creek? A new webpage provides a wealth of information, from an interactive map of key development sites to FAQs about the impact of development on schools and services. Click here to check it out!  
Tue., April 28, 2015
7:00 PM
  Special Joint Meeting: DRC, PROS, Arts Commission