Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC)
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission will sunset on December 31, 2019. The newly formed Complete Streets and Transportation Commission will replace the Bicycle and Pedestrian Commission and the Transportation and Parking Commission.
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission advises Council on matters pertaining to current trends and experiences in enhancing multi-modal travel; integration of Town trails and bike and pedestrian paths with neighboring jurisdictions; reviewing relevant grant applications; focusing on transportation around schools, including enhancing safe routes to schools efforts; reviewing and updating the Town's Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan as needed; and related topics as directed by the Town Council or requested by Town staff. Enabling Resolution
The Commission's membership consists of seven (7) members:
- Six (6) adult voting members appointed by the Town Council, whose terms of office shall be three (3) years
- One (1) Youth Commissioner as a voting member, whose term of office shall be for one (1) year with no limitations on reappointments, appointed by the Youth Commission
Our Vision Statement:
We strive to transform our modes of daily travel by developing and providing safe, convenient, and accessible bicycle & pedestrian access for all ages which seamlessly integrates into our town’s transportation infrastructure.
Our Mission Statement:
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Commission will promote walking and biking as part of a multi-modal transportation system and provide leadership and expertise to the Town Council and Town Staff. We will advance the best practices in planning and design. The BPAC will influence and collaborate with subject matter experts on transportation policy and funding opportunities.
The Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission holds its regular meetings at 3:00 p.m. on the first Thursday of even numbered months, with adjustments to the frequency as required to meet the necessary obligations of the Town and the Commission.
The meetings are open to the public and held at the Parks and Public Works Department - R.J. Bryant Service Center office located at 41 Miles Avenue. Please call the Parks and Public Works Department at (408) 399-5770 to confirm the meeting time and location.
How Can I Get Involved?
For application information, please click here.
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Bicycle Facilities Suggestion Box
If you would like to suggest a bicycle related improvement for Los Gatos,
please send an email to email@example.com