The City of West Linn is looking to reopen the door to its past in this historic but underutilized section of West Linn by bringing people and businesses back and showcasing the natural beauty of the area.
This project, which generally includes the area around the Arch Bridge north along Highway 43 to the Bolton Fire Station, will create a viable master plan and implementation strategy for the Arch Bridge/Bolton area that is at the heart of West Linn. In fact, much of the area is identified as the "Heart of West Linn" in the 2006 Bolton Neighborhood plan.
The City is looking for the online project and forums to add to all of the input that we've received so far. It will be online September 30-October 14.
On October 7, the City is holding an Open House from 4 to 8 p.m. at the West Linn Library, 1595 Burns Street, for residents, business owners, and others in the community to check out what is proposed as the planning process moves forward.
From September 30-October 7, background materials and information will be available for you to review and provide comments. After the Open House on October 7th, all of the materials presented at it will be online for review and additional comments.
The comment period will end October 14 so there is enough time to incorporate the comments into the draft plan. The draft plan will be reviewed by the project's Advisory Committee, then the City Council.