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The Tideflats subarea planning process is intended to create a shared long-term vision and more coordinated approach to development, environmental review, and strategic capital investments in the Tideflats. Completion of the subarea plan will support the ongoing eligibility for and prioritization of transportation funding in the regional manufacturing and industrial center.
The Tideflats is an area of over 5,000 acres of waterfront land providing vital saltwater and estuarian habitat for salmon, shellfish and other marine life, the Tideflats is an economic center that includes industrial and manufacturing and maritime activity in a world class port and is the ancestral lands of the Puyallup Tribe of Indians. The area is designated as the Port of Tacoma Manufacturing Industrial Center (MIC). The MIC is home to Tacoma and Pierce County’s highest concentration of industrial and manufacturing activity and is the work site for about 9,800 employees.
Three educational visioning sessions are planned for March 17, 18 and 20 to provide an opportunity for community members who are interested in the future of the Tacoma Tideflats to contribute ideas about what they hope to see in the area in the next 20 years.
The Visioning Session events will each be held virtually on ZOOM. For meeting details and links, visit cityoftacoma.org/tideflats.
Wednesday, March 17 from noon to 1 p.m. will be a discussion about Land Use & Economic Development focused on:
Thursday, March 18 from 6-7 p.m. will be a discussion about Environment & Health focused on:
Saturday, March 20 from noon to 1 p.m. will be a discussion about Transportation/Infrastructure focused on:
The Tideflats Subarea Project Team is also asking for feedback through a brief online survey. Survey responses will be used to inform planning decisions. The survey is open from March 15-April 30 at cityoftacoma.org/tideflats.
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Want to find out more about the SR 167 completion project that will add a bridge over I-5 at 70th Avenue East? Read more at the WSDOT information page - https://wsdot.wa.gov/Projects/SR167/completion/default.htm
The City of Fife’s Community Development team has worked hard to make the city’s online permitting system more user friendly. You can apply for a permit from anywhere, so long as you have a computer connection. To learn more about the city’s online permitting features, visit cityoffife.org/onlinepermits.
Fife City Council holds their regular meetings the second and fourth Tuesday of each month starting at 6 p.m. They hold a special meeting on the third Tuesday of each month, also starting at 6 p.m. Currently, all meetings are being held remotely. For more information on city council meetings and to review the agendas, please click here.
To find out how you can participate in those meetings, visit cityoffife.org and select the date for the next council meeting. Citizens who would like to submit comments in advance of the meeting may do so by emailing the comments to the City Clerk’s office at firstname.lastname@example.org or sending via postal mail to 5411 23rd Street E, Fife, WA 98424.
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