We Want Your Input!

Please complete this brief survey to help us understand what type of fencing should be installed in the medians near Greenback Ln/Auburn Blvd.  The city is considering several options, and responses to this survey will be taken into consideration when the final fencing design is selected.

The City of Citrus Heights received a safety improvement grant to install fencing near the intersection of Greenback Ln & Auburn Blvd. The fencing will be installed within existing raised medians and will help prevent pedestrians from crossing the busy roadways mid-block, increasing safety for both pedestrians and motorists.

This project also includes additional safety upgrades at signalized intersections throughout the city.  Please join us for a Community Open House to learn more about all aspects of the project.  The Open House will be held February 20, 2019 at the Citrus Heights Community Center from 5:30-7:00 PM. 

Please see the project website for more detailed information regarding the aspects of this project, the anticipated timeline and information on the Open House.
https://www.citrusheights.net/967/Various-Intersection-Safety-Improvements

This survey will close at midnight on February 28, 2019.

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Style 1 - Plant Climbing Fence.
This fence allows climbing plants and vines to grow up and within the panels.  Plants would only be located along the fence within the open, landscaped areas of the median.  Where the fence is installed along the concrete median noses, no climbing plants would be present.  Once plants are fully grown, the fence will be completely covered and you will only see vegetation.  If the fence is hit, individual panels can be replaced but that fence panel will remain exposed until time has elapsed for the vegetation to mature again.  The panels will be curved, and wrap around the existing trees as shown in the picture.

Style 1 - Plant Climbing Fence. <br><span style="color: #000000; font-size: 12pt;">This fence allows climbing plants and vines to grow up and within the panels.  Plants would only be located along the fence within the open, landscaped areas of the median.  Where the fence is installed along the concrete median noses, no climbing plants would be present.  Once plants are fully grown, the fence will be completely covered and you will only see vegetation.  If the fence is hit, individual panels can be replaced but that fence panel will remain exposed until time has elapsed for the vegetation to mature again.  The panels will be curved, and wrap around the existing trees as shown in the picture.</span>

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* 1. Plant Climbing Fence: On a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the best, how well do you like the look of this product?

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