The first activity at the March 21 workshop - the “warmup exercise” - asked groups of four to six folks to consider six key topics associated with land use patterns and transportation infrastructure, placing a dot between two extremes to express the balance the group hoped to see. Here’s a small-sized version of the worksheet.
With so much to cover, facilitators created a number of display panels for folks to review throughout the March 21 public workshop. Here’s a reduced-size file containing each of the panels presented that evening.
The March 21 public meeting covered a LOT of ground, introducing the plan in terms of scope and timing, describing current findings and getting folks engaged in ways that express everyone’s long-term “vision” for the area. Here’s a copy of the slide presentation used by County staff and the consultant team.
Here’s a copy of the agenda for the first Mead-Mt. Spokane Transportation Area Plan public meeting, held the evening of March 21 at Mountainside Middle School.
Here’s a copy of the print version of the Mead-Mt. Spokane Transportation Area plan questionnaire, a.k.a. “Mini-Poll.” Download here, or even better, take the online version - which includes an area map to which you can add your own markers and comments!
Here’s a copy of the flyer distributed via email and posted in various local businesses in the Mead-Mt. Spokane area in advance of the first public meeting.
Want a quick overview of the Mead-Mt. Spokane Transportation Area Plan project? Here’s a copy of the two-page handout produced for email and early event distribution.