Manila Gateway Monument Public Survey


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We want to hear from you!

Caltrans invites the local community to share their input about the proposed gateway monuments in Manila.

Gateway monuments have been considered for placement along SR-255 for visibility in both directions. The purpose is to greet motorists to the community and remind them to adjust their speed and care for the residential area.

Community engagement and feedback is an important part of project development to ensure local voices are being heard throughout the process.

The public is encouraged to take the online survey about the need, location and design for the proposed project.

You can find the survey at Be sure to visit and let your voice be heard about this community project.

The survey will be open until Sunday, Sept. 17, 2023, at 11:59 p.m. 

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Aerial view of Manila on the Samoa Peninsula in Humboldt County. The ocean is visible and Route 255 runs along the coastal plain. Five dots highlight locations of proposed gateway monuments.