Open House Wednesday July 13, 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Depoe Bay Community Hall, 220 SE Bay Street
ODOT wants to kick on the “high beams” to 2035 to improve getting around and through Depoe Bay.
The Transportation System Plan is a long-term guide for city transportation investments, looking ahead through 2035. The plan identifies possible improvements to the city’s transportation system, balancing the needs of various users into an equitable and efficient transportation system. A TSP is required by the state of Oregon to help integrate the plans into the statewide transportation system.
The open house offers an opportunity to talk with city staff and consultants about the project, review information, and provide input. People who can’t attend can comment through the website at http://www.depoebaytsp.com/. The TSP is being developed by a partnership of the city of Depoe Bay, the Oregon Department of Transportation, and a contractor, DKS Associates.
People are also invited to attend the joint City Council/Planning Commission work session the following night, Thursday, July 14, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at City Hall, 570 Shell Avenue.