|An aerial view of the eastern end of the Four Corners corridor looking toward Memorial Field and Independence Point. (Photo courtesy Welch Comer Engineers).|
An update on the master planning efforts for the Four Corners/BLM Corridor will be provided during a public open house/workshop Wednesday, December 3, from 5-8 p.m. in the Community Room of the Coeur d’Alene Public Library.
The master plan study area runs from Independence Point to the Bureau of Land Management corridor’s western boundary near the east end of Riverstone.
Following a brief presentation on the status of the master plan provided by Welch Comer Engineers, the public will be invited to visit six display exhibit stations representing sections of the corridor. Each station will have poster-sized schematic drawings of development proposals based on public feedback collected so far by the design team.
The stations will be staffed by members of the design team, corridor steering committee, and representatives of stakeholder groups that have previously met with the design team. These representatives will be available to answer questions.
Each station will have printed comment sheets inviting participants to provide feedback or suggestions to the design team for further consideration of the master plan as it moves into the second stage of concept development. The six exhibit stations are:
- Independence Point
- City parking lot improvements
- Mullan Avenue
- Memorial Field
- BLM property from River Avenue to U.S. 95 bridge
- U.S. 95 bridge to western boundary of BLM property at Riverstone
The city will soon create a webpage to provide access to the schematic drawings. The webpage will be interactive and allow the public to provide additional feedback online. Once the webpage is set up, it can be viewed by visiting the city’s website (cdaid.org) then clicking on “I want to…” on the top of the homepage. Then click on Four Corners feedback.