Cities change. Rather than reacting to development pressures, the West Linn City Council wants the community to create a vision for the Highway 43/Willamette Falls Drive corridor that the City can implement to encourage desirable change and discourage undesirable change.
The City is looking for your thoughts and opinions regarding the future of the corridor. Project staff will be meeting with residents and interested parties at meetings throughout the summer. The ideas and information gathered from community members over the summer will be used to generate alternative design concepts for the community to consider at a visioning workshop, sheduled for September 29 at 6:30 p.m. in the Rosemont Commons at Rosemont Middle School. At the workshop, community members will consider the identified possibilities for the future of the corridor, generate additional ideas, and identify their preferences. These community preferences will be captured in a concept vision for the future of the Highway 43/Willamette Falls Drive corridor.
For more information, contact Sara Javoronok at 503-722-5512, email@example.com or Zach Pelz at 503-723-2542, firstname.lastname@example.org.