The Tideflats Subarea Planning Project is hosting three educational visioning sessions on Zoom on March 17, 18, and 20.
The meetings will take place from noon-1 p.m., 6-7 p.m., and noon-1 p.m. respectively. These meetings are intended to engage community members and provide an opportunity to share ideas about the Tideflats development in upcoming years.
The Tideflats Subarea Planning Process is a collaborative project between City of Tacoma, Puyallup Tribe of Indians, Port of Tacoma, Pierce County, and City of Fife. It strives to create a shared long-term vision and coordinated approach to the development, environmental review, and strategic capital investments in the Tideflats.
The themes of the three meetings will be land use & economic development, environment & health, and transportation/infrastructure. They will also discuss future economic opportunities, truck and rail freight access, the character and type of future growth, and the protection and preservation of the environment in development zones.
The Tideflats spans over 5,000 acres of waterfront land. It is also the work site for 9,800 employees and Pierce County’s highest concentration of industrial activity.
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