Palo Alto residents are invited to attend an open house at City Hall on Thursday, June 9, to provide feedback on and get more information about the city's plan to resurface several roadways.
The affected areas will be Middlefield Road between Channing Avenue and Oregon Expressway and North California Avenue between Alma Street and Jordan Middle School.
In a press release, the city described the project as "minor," with changes set to be implemented this summer and next summer.
One of the proposals that will be discussed is an addition of a separated bikeway to Newell Road in front of Jordan Middle School. Bicycle lanes will also be added approaching Middlefield on North California, which will require the removal of a part-time parking lane.
Middlefield Road will see more crosswalks and the lessening of the width of lanes to reduce the speed of traffic. On-street parking on both sides of Middlefield will largely stay unaffected, according to the city.
The project is part of the city's Bicycle & Pedestrian Transportation Plan, which aims to improve the functionality the city's roadways and safety of its users.
The meeting will take place 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall, 250 Hamilton Ave.