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File #: 20-2548    Version: 1 Name: Hopper Creek Path
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 4/28/2020 In control: Town Council
On agenda: 5/5/2020 Final action: 5/5/2020
Title: Consider Adoption of Resolution Number 20-3985 Authorizing the Town Manager, on behalf of the Town, to sign the necessary documents to purchase real property located at 6470 Washington Street, APN 036-090-021 and for a temporary construction easement for the Hopper Creek Pedestrian Path (PK-0003) Segment from Oak Circle to Mission Street.
Attachments: 1. Resolution
Yountville Town Council Staff Report


DATE: May 5, 2020

TO: Mayor and Town Council

FROM: John Ferons; Deputy Public Works Director

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Consider Adoption of Resolution Number 20-3985 Authorizing the Town Manager, on behalf of the Town, to sign the necessary documents to purchase real property located at 6470 Washington Street, APN 036-090-021 and for a temporary construction easement for the Hopper Creek Pedestrian Path (PK-0003) Segment from Oak Circle to Mission Street.
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DISCUSSION/BACKGROUND
As a part of its General Plan, the Town has been working on the long-term goal of establishing a continuous Pedestrian Path along Hopper Creek. A number of segments have been built to date, but the segment from Oak Circle Park to Mission Street remains unconstructed. This segment is located along Hopper Creek beginning at Oak Circle Park traveling south to Mission Street. This segment will connect the previously completed Hopper Creek Pedestrian Path segments at each end.

This segment is proposed as Capital Improvement Project PK-0003, Hopper Creek Path, Oak Circle to Mission Street. The project will construct a multi-use pedestrian path from Oak Circle Park on the east side of the creek with a bridge spanning +/-80 feet to the west side of the creek to the rear of the Ad Hoc/Addendum property. It would then run south +/- 400 feet along the rear of the Ad Hoc and West America Bank properties terminating at Mission Street. The design will consist of a pre-fabricated pedestrian bridge connecting the existing path in the park to a +/- 8-foot wide colored concrete path, matching the style of other existing Hopper Creek segments in Town.

The current project was approved by Council in the FY 2019/2020 CIP Budget allocating local funds for the environmental/design/property phase of the project. The Town has received state transportation funds for the construction phase of the project. The environmental/design/property phase proceeded and at the Novem...

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