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Laytonville Traffic Calming & Downtown Revitalization:
Planning for a Livable Community

This project, in MCOG's Fiscal Year 2006/07 and 2007/08 Planning Work Programs, is complete. (See links below to view or download the Final Plan.)

Funded by a Community Based Transportation Planning Grant, MCOG sponsored this project. Partners included Caltrans District 1, Laytonville Area Municipal Advisory Council (LAMAC), County of Mendocino, Local Government Commission, Cahto Tribe, and a professional design team. Public workshops were held May 19-24 in Laytonville.

Results of the design fair workshops were compiled by the Local Government Commission and consultants to be included in the plan. A draft plan was circulated to the project's Technical Advisory Committee and LAMAC for review and comment.

Media Release: Laytonville Design Fair, May 19–24, 2007 - 4/23/2007

A presentation of the Draft Plan was heard by MCOG's Board of Directors at its regular meeting of October 1, on location at Laytonville Fire Department, 44950 Willis Avenue. The directors also were treated to a walking tour of the downtown planning area. The Final Plan was accepted by MCOG on February 4, 2008 in a public hearing.

Draft Plan Presentation meeting minutes - 10/1/2007
Final Plan Public Hearing meeting minutes - 2/4/2008

Final Laytonville Traffic Calming and Revitalization Plan:

Table of Contents  
Executive Summary  
Part I  
Chapter 1  
Chapter 2 Appendix A
Part II Appendix B
Chapter 3 Appendix C
Chapter 4 Appendix D
Chapter 5 Appendix E
Chapter 6 Appendix F
Chapter 7 Appendix G
Chapter 8 Appendix H
Chapter 9 Appendix I

For more information, contact:
Loretta at MCOG, (707) 234-3434