On Wednesday evening, October 12 and Saturday morning, October 15, the Bureau of Planning and Sustainability hosted two open houses for the public to learn about the West Hayden Island draft concept plan alternatives. Attendees had an opportunity to speak with staff at a series of “stations,” which featured topics such as rail operations, transportation, natural resources and recreation. Participants also filled out comment cards to indicate what elements of each alternative they liked and didn’t like — and why. Commissioner Amanda Fritz attended both events to talk with the public about the project and hear people’s perspectives on the potential development of a marine terminal on West Hayden Island.
More pictures from the open houses are now available Flickr.
If you missed the open houses, you can still learn about the draft concept plans and provide feedback during “office hours” on the island and online at our virtual open house.
Tuesdays and Thursdays
October 18, 20, 25 and 27
7 – 9 a.m. and 3 – 5 p.m.
Virtual Open House
View all the materials from the open house and fill out a survey: