The Long Valley Road On-Ramp Improvements Project is being funded by the LA County METRO Measure R and M sales tax to improve pedestrian and vehicular traffic conditions. The design of the project is complete and the scope of work includes: a new right turn pocket from the Long Valley on-ramp into the City of Hidden Hills, a pedestrian sidewalk from the Long Valley Gate to the Ventura Boulevard/Valley Circle Boulevard intersection, and parking lot and landscape improvements just outside the Long Valley gate.
In December 2021, the City Council selected an updated design and a preliminary landscape plan for the project, pictured below. The new design allows for additional vehicle staging and improved traffic circulation. Additionally, the landscape elements are in line with other community projects. It is anticipated that phase one of the project (Long Valley lot) will be under construction in summer or fall of 2022.
PUBLIC REVIEW PERIOD: A 30-day public review period for the Mitigated Negative Declaration was circulated for public review from Friday, April 30, 2021 to Monday, May 31, 2021.
April 30, 2021 – 1) NOTICE OF INTENT to Adopt a Mitigated Negative Declaration
2) INITIAL STUDY/MITIGATED NEGATIVE DECLARATION
3) ROAD CONSTRUCTION EMISSIONS MODEL 8.1.0
4) ROAD CONSTRUCTION EMISSIONS MODEL 9.0.0
5) Phase 1 Plans – Hidden Hills – On Ramp Improvements (Civil)
6) Phase 2 Plans – Hidden Hills – On Ramp Improvements
7) Noise Report
8) Appendix B – Long Valley Road Parking Lot Landscaping Plans
9) Appendix C – Rincon Biological Resources Assessment
10) Appendix D – Rincon Arborist Report and Tree Protection Plan
11) Appendix E – Jurisdictional Delineation Report
12) Appendix F – Phase 1 Cultural Resource Assessment
13) Appendix I – Noise and Vibration Study
14) Appendix J – Traffic Study 2-21-17