Join Circulate San Diego, the Cortez Hill Active Residents Group (CHARG), and the Downtown San Diego Partnership on May 28th for an online conversation about Looking Forward: COVID-19 Response and Pedestrian Mobility in Cortez.
This webinar is free and open to the public, and we encourage all Cortez residents to join the conversation and provide questions.
Webinar guests include:
- Everett Hauser, Mobility Program Manager, City of San Diego
- Sean Warner, Director of Community Enhancement, Downtown San Diego Partnership
- Ann Murphy, President, Cortez Hill Active Residents Group (CHARG)
This webinar is a great opportunity to ask local professionals about what the COVID-19 recovery and urban process looks like as it relates to mobility in Cortez. Discussion topics will include social distancing, economic development, and neighborhood vitality and how to quickly implement solutions.
Please submit your questions in advance, as questions will be read and discussed with our guests during the online conversation. Please submit your question(s) here.
Example questions for the webinar may include:
- How do we get a Slow Street in Cortez?
After getting food to-go from a business in Cortez, there is no space to enjoy my food and keep a safe distance from others. Is there a way to create outdoor dining areas and more open space?
This will be a moderated Zoom webinar based around questions provided by residents and participants of the event.