The North Fremont Bike and Pedestrian Access and Safety Improvements Project will transform North Fremont into a true multi-modal corridor, providing safe access to bicyclists and pedestrians on a vital link between residential, commercial, educational, and community facilities, and will also provide benefits to disadvantaged communities. MORE INFO: Call (831) 646-3921 or visit Monterey.org/NFremontBikePed
Measure P was approved by 74% of voters in November, 2014. It authorized a 1% local district tax (sales and use tax) to be used “to address significant deferred maintenance by fixing streets, sidewalks, and potholes; improve related access and safety for senior citizens, disabled residents, and others; and repair its 100-year-old storm drain system to protect our beaches/Monterey Bay…. Read more →
The City of Monterey is undergoing a huge effort to renovate the North Fremont corridor to make it a more livable community and a revitalized destination point. See the City of Monterey’s plan web site for more information and latest developments. There has been much discussion between the City of Monterey and CONA. Feel free to contact the CONA president… Read more →
The 2011 CONA Neighborhood Cleaup project held on Saturday, June 18, 2011 was a big success, we filled up three packed large flatbed truck loads, two – thirty yard dumpers and a large truckload of hazardous waste from stuff placed on the curb and picked up by the City of Monterey.
On April 4 th, 2005, the City of Monterey will begin construction of several traffic calming projects in the Casanova – Oak Knoll neighborhood. Construction will be completed by the Don Chapin Co. and will consist of curb extensions and medians along portions of Airport Road, Ramona Avenue and Casanova Avenue. These improvements are part of the City’s Neighborhood Traffic… Read more →
The Cypress Center is the development on the corner of Casanova and Fremont Bl. Status as of 4/2/2005 – Cypress Center has the Chevron station open. The retail office spaces is slated for opening in June. The Black Bear restaurant has not started construction yet. Cypress Center has booked several businesses; Curves, Subway, Papa Murphys, a tanning salon, mortgage broker… Read more →
What is it? The airport cleanup project is designed to deal with the chemical plume under our neighborhood. The United States Army Corps of Engineers has created a web site specifically for this project which includes detailed information about the project. The web site can be accessed at www.corpsfuds.com/monterey The Documentary The complete documentary file on the CONA chemical plume… Read more →
The project was designed to reduce flooding on the lower sides of Edinburgh and Lerwick. There is reduced flooding on N. Fremont at Ramona. A short section of drain will be installed on Lerwick diverting water to the Navy Lake. This project was delayed because there was nowhere for the water to go. It depended upon a new system for… Read more →