This past weekend, our project team installed stenciled messages in various County Parks in the East San Gabriel Valley to advertise our work on the East San Gabriel Valley Mobility Action Plan.
For this project, we want to hear from a variety of voices, including people in the East San Gabriel Valley that are not traditionally involved in the planning process. This turned into a “meeting people where they are” strategy.
With the help of one of the Project’s engagement subconsultants, “HereLA“, the project team developed a survey with some interesting features.
The survey, named “MAPlibs” (based off of the children’s word game “Mad Libs”), was an opportunity to spread the word about the Mobility Action Plan and to understand respondents’ transportation choices.
The responses were stylized and placed on a web app, which is located on the project’s website. The responses are now also located at several area parks. The stencils were applied with a spray-chalk mixture that is environmentally safe, not to mention eye-catching!
Can you find them all? Visit the project website of the East San Gabriel Valley Mobility Action Plan to learn more about the project, and how you can get involved.