The City of Las Cruces and Molzen-Corbin are holding a public input meeting for the Campo Street design and reconstruction study at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 29. The goal of the meeting is to gather input from community members who are most impacted by the eventual project.
The project area is bounded by East Picacho Avenue/Spruce Avenue and East Amador Avenue and is in City Council District 1. Campo Street is a transition corridor where the Mesquite Historic District meets Downtown. This poses unique and challenging opportunities to blend in the two distinct characters into a single corridor. The purpose of this project is to obtain input from community members most impacted by the project to help develop a feasible corridor design that helps incorporate all modes of transportation while providing a seamless transition from the Mesquite Historic District to Downtown.
This meeting will be held by Zoom due to the COVID-19 pandemic and public health orders by the New Mexico Governor’s Office and New Mexico Department of Health, no in-person public meetings will be hosted by the City of Las Cruces throughout phase two of the pandemic. Attendees may access the meeting through the City’s website at the Community Engagement Office web page at https://www.las-cruces.org/215/Community-Engagement-Office. You must be a registered user of Zoom before you can sign up to attend this meeting. Instructions are included on this website page. Once you are a registered user of Zoom, then click on the meeting titled Campo Street Design and Reconstruction Study Meeting.