The city will only pursue neighborhood street connections in areas where homeowners are interested in connections and their associated amenities.
This strategy focuses on making small, local-traffic, residential street connections in logical locations, adding walking and bike pathways as neighborhood amenities. The purpose is to allow residents to avoid entering SR89A when possible, and provide pedestrian and bicycle connections to make it easier to get to shopping, services, and city parks without necessarily having to drive.
Neighborhood connectors would remain small, local-traffic streets. The Transportation Master Plan identifies seven possible connection areas.