LFP and The Big Five: A Future of Possibilities for Lake Forest Park

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

McAleer Creek
Photo by Mary Jo Heller
Town Hall featuring “LFP and The Big Five: A Future of Possibilities for Lake Forest Park"

On Monday, June 12, from 7:00 to 9:00pm, in the City Council Chambers, the Lake Forest Park City Council is hosting a Town Hall.

It is an opportunity for Council to present the five major projects that will determine the future of the City in the midst of an unprecedented period of growth in regional traffic, population, development, and the economy.

Councilmembers will share the current status and future opportunities for public input for the five projects:

  1. Safe Streets; 
  2. Safe Highways; 
  3. Healthy Creeks; 
  4. Parks, Recreation, Open Space and Trails Plan (PROST); and the 
  5. Central Subarea Plan.

These five projects are all being developed against the backdrop of the ST3 project, which will bring to Lake Forest Park new Bus Rapid Transit and Park-and-Ride facilities, enabling connections to planned light rail stations.

Councilmembers will take questions from residents on these and other topics of interest. A short document describing the projects and future opportunities for public involvement will be distributed at the meeting and will be made available on the City website.


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