The City of Laguna Beach is pleased to announce the completion of the Village Entrance Project.
The City of Laguna Beach Village Entrance Project Ribbon Cutting Ceremony is Friday May 22 2020.
The Village Entrance Project focuses on providing enhanced pedestrian safety, improved traffic flow and new public open space.
The project site is located along Laguna Canyon Road from Forest Avenue to Art-A-Fair.
Laguna Beach Village Entrance Project Ribbon Cutting Virtual Ceremony on Facebook Live
New Parking Lot 10 (adjacent to Art-A-Fair)
A New Pedestrian Bridge at Lot 10
New Parking Lot 11 (at the corner of Forest Avenue and Broadway)
Two electric vehicle charging stations in Lot 11
Wide Multi-Use Trails along Laguna Canyon Road
made from decorative concrete and decomposed granite to create a pedestrian-friendly environment, including many bicycle racks and rammed-earth seat wall benches
Extensive Landscaped Planting Areas
Including the planting of 75 new trees, 3,250 shrubs and 50 flats of ground cover
New Wider Vehicular
Parking Circulation and Better Separate Vehicles from Pedestrians and Cyclists
Water Quality Features such as Basins and Permeable Pavers
Upgraded decorative fencing along the drainage channel to replace the chain link fence
370 Vehicle Parking Spaces
Eight motorcycle Parking Spaces
104 Bicycle Parking Spaces and 104 bicycle parking spaces
For more information please visit The Laguna Beach Village Entrance Project Online Site