On Wednesday, May 26, San Bernardino County Council of Governments (SBCOG), San Bernardino County Public Works, and USDA Forest Service, in partnership with California Highway Patrol – San Bernardino Office, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department, and San Bernardino County Fire, hosted a virtual open house to share information on the Lytle Creek Recreation Management Plan and Traffic Management Plan. These plans address improving public safety, mitigating traffic impacts for residents, improving communication to visitors, and improving emergency response.
More than 80 attendees participated in the meeting, resulting in an engaging dialogue with agency partners and the public. The virtual open house was hosted via a Zoom Webinar, and to ensure accessibility, live Spanish interpretation of the presentation was available, as well as a call-in option for those without computer/internet. In addition, the community center in Lytle Creek hosted a live stream of the virtual open house for local residents. Webinar attendees were able to enter questions using the Q&A feature in Zoom, and for those joining by telephone, there was an option provided to forward questions via email to be addressed by the panel members.
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