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Council Presentation

As part of the March 19, 2013 City Council meeting, staff and consultants will report on WTIP progress, including design progress for the Phase II effort between Oak Street and the Valley Creek Estuary. That effort envisions a variety of spaces along the shoreline, including a multi-use building, plaza area, waterfront trail, and a re-established […]

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Esplanade illustrations

At the January 26th City Council meeting, consultants provided a process update on work for Phase I of the WTIP, including the esplanade proposed for Railroad Avenue between Laurel and Oak Streets. Presented were a set of large illustrations covering the range of material options, patterns and accessory features being considered for the area. Linked below is […]

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Draft waterfront documents

On Friday, July 29, the WTIP project took another step forward in the delivery of a preliminary set of drawings, studies and specifications for the Phase I section of the waterfront plan. While the entire WTIP plan covers the waterfront from Hollywood Beach to the Valley Creek Estuary, Phase I of the work covers the […]

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Call for Artists

On Tuesday June 21, the City of Port Angeles put out official word it’s looking for an artist to join the WTIP design team. According to the “Call for Artists” release (linked below), the City is “seeking an artist with interest in the city and its waterfront, who is enthusiastic about collaborating with urban design […]

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Art Framework Plan

As part of its new waterfront plan, the City of Port Angeles commissioned the creation of an art-specific component, covering policies and overall objectives to be considered as the WTIP takes shape. From the plan’s introduction: “The plan is intended to be implemented incrementally as an integral part of the WTIP as the waterfront is […]

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Waterfront plan, Council draft

On Tuesday, February 1, the Port Angeles City Council will convene to consider the draft waterfront plan produced as part of the WTIP project. Hot off the press, here’s a reduced-size copy of the drawing set produced by the consultant team. Officially, it’s called the “Final Waterfront Development Concept for Council Consideration.” This 16-page document […]

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