Stockton's Miracle Mile Project
Stockton’s Miracle Mile is located in San Joaquin County in the City of Stockton on Pacific Avenue from Alpine to Harding Way.
AB 179 (2022) has granted $20,000,000 to the City of Stockton for pedestrian crossings and other public safety improvements as well as revitalization for this stretch of Pacific Ave.
An Ad Hoc Workgroup comprised of members of the community will provide recommendations to the City of Stockton on how to best achieve these safety and revitalization goals.
Sections below provide further details about the Ad Hoc Work Group and how interested members of the community may apply to participate.
Community Input Needed for Improvement of Stockton’s Miracle Mile
Applications being accepted for Miracle Mile Public Safety Improvement & Revitalization Ad Hoc Work Group
STOCKTON – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) is partnering with the City of Stockton, California State Assembly member Carlos Villapudua (13th District), and local community members to form an Ad Hoc Work Group seeking input and recommendations for the Miracle Mile Public Safety Improvement & Revitalization Project.
Thanks to Assembly Bill 179 (2022), the City of Stockton is being granted $20,000,000 for new pedestrian crossings, public safety improvements and other revitalization efforts of Stockton’s Miracle Mile, located on Pacific Avenue from Alpine Avenue to Harding Way.
Interested members of the community who wish to participate in this work group are invited to complete an online application no later than July 7, 2023, which can be found here: Stockton's Miracle Mile Ad Hoc Work Group Application.
21 individuals who best represent the community-at-large will be selected to serve on the Ad Hoc Work Group, which will then meet bi-weekly to discuss best practices, consider different perspectives, and identify means and methods to improve pedestrian and cyclist safety while encouraging the public to frequent the Miracle Mile area and its businesses.
Recommendations will then be submitted to the City of Stockton to expend the awarded grant by January 1, 2028.
Ad Hoc Work Group meetings will be held in-person during evening hours, occurring every two weeks. Meetings will be open to the public and include a public comment period. The meeting schedule will be announced once the work group has been formed.
Ad Hoc Work Group Meeting schedule soon to come.
For any additional questions regarding Stockton’s Miracle Mile Public Safety Improvement & Revitalization Project or the Project’s Ad Hoc Work Group, please write to: email@example.com