03 Aug Public Input Wanted for Future Historic Waterfront District Development Plans
KENNEWICK, Wash. Port of Kennewick invites the community to participate in a virtual presentation and a variety of online activities to help guide the future of Kennewick’s Historic Waterfront District. The planning area encompasses Clover Island and port-owned property along East Columbia Drive in Kennewick.
Attend a Virtual Project Overview
Monday, August 3 at 5 p.m. – or – Tuesday, August 11 at Noon
Join us live! Recordings will be posted on the project webpage.
Online Comment Tools
August 3 – 16
Survey, mapping exercise and idea wall with ongoing community dialogue to share your ideas are open on the project webpage.
Participate and learn more at portofkennewick.org/historicwaterfrontdistrict.
Everyone interested in the future of Kennewick’s historic waterfront – from residents of all ages to recreation enthusiasts, business owners, developers, civic organizations, regional stakeholders and more – is encouraged to share their ideas!
The Kennewick Historic Waterfront District Master Plan will help create a cohesive vision for the future of the Port of Kennewick’s waterfront property and prioritize the next 15 to 20 years of activities, amenities and improvements to help realize that vision. It will build upon the area’s history, 15 years of port and city investments and evolving context within the community.
The Port of Kennewick is an economic development entity focused on developing assets to create sustainable family-wage jobs, build infrastructure and user-friendly transportation systems, and enhance the quality of life within the port district.