The second, most detailed exercise at the March 21 workshop asked small groups to consider two differing alternative futures for the Mead-Mt. Spokane area, and using their findings from Worksheet A, express a preferred balance. Each group, working on these table-sized worksheets, were also urged to add notes and comments, sketch ideas on the maps, and generally provide thoughts on what type of transportation features might best fit the area’s preferred future. Click to download and check out a small-sized copy!
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.