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East Alisal residents are hopeful about a new neighborhood makeover

East Alisal is undergoing a long-awaited refurbishment and residents will soon begin to see changes.

Salinas recently received a $ 2.1 million Clean California grant from Governor Gavin Newsom. Funding supports the city’s Alisal Vibrancy Plan, which improves cleanliness, security, and infrastructure around schools and parks from Kings Street to Skyway Boulevard.

Some of the beautification components include tree planting, banners that mark a campaign against garbage, murals created by local artists, and an entrance monument to the Skyway Roundabout.

Residents can also expect to see more trash cans, upgraded benches and artwork on the sidewalks highlighting safe routes to the school along a 5-mile stretch of the East Alisal Street corridor.

The decorated routes are part of the Monterey County Transportation Agency’s “Safe School Routes Program,” which aims to eliminate the number of car collisions involving students by helping families and students identify the safest routes to his school.

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