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City of Mill Creek seeks public input on Mill Creek Boulevard Corridor Study

The City of Mill Creek seeks public input on the Mill Creek Boulevard Corridor planning study. The city will host a workshop open to the general public on Wednesday, October 2, 2019, to gather ideas and insights.
Mill Creek Boulevard Corridor Subarea. Image courtesy of City of Mill Creek.

From a September 13, 2019, City of Mill Creek news release.

The City of Mill Creek is conducting a planning study for the Mill Creek Boulevard Corridor. The overarching purpose of the Mill Creek Boulevard study is to identify and evaluate infrastructure needs and establish a long-term vision for the area.

An early component of this study includes the first of two Community Workshops.

The city will be hosting a workshop open to the general public on the evening of Wednesday, October 2, 2019, at 6:30 pm. The workshop will be held in Room 210 at City Hall North, located at 15720 Main Street, Mill Creek, WA 98012. Free parking is available.

This interactive workshop session is focused on public participation to gather ideas and insights about what design features or improvements should be considered in the study. The collected information can then be used to help guide a vision for the subarea. 

“It is important to look ahead and evaluate the City’s needs within the Mill Creek Boulevard Corridor so that the City is prepared for its eventual redevelopment,” said Tom Rogers, the city’s Planning Manager.

He went on to say, “This workshop is a unique opportunity to receive public feedback to assist in preparing short and long-term visions for the corridor.”

If you are unable to attend the general public workshop on October 2nd, but would like to share your opinions or questions, please reach out to the Tom Rogers, AICP, at tomr@cityofmillcreek.com.

The City of Mill Creek seeks public input on the Mill Creek Boulevard Corridor planning study. The city will host a workshop open to the general public on Wednesday, October 2, 2019, to gather ideas and insights. 

Mill Creek Boulevard Corridor Subarea. Image courtesy of City of Mill Creek.

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