Public comment on the future of the Heron Street Bridge is now open.
The Washington State Department of Transportation is asking for residents to weigh in on what the future of bridge travel in East Aberdeen should look like.
WSDOT has opened public comment for the ongoing plans to remove and replace the Heron Street Bridge.
WSDOT is looking at a range of alternatives for the bridge, including building a new bridge in the same location, building one that connects to Heron Street to Wishkah Street, or options to replace both Heron Street Bridge and the Wishkah Street Bridge. One of these options would replace the 2 bridges with a single 4-lane bridge.
The majority of the options would impact Zelasko Park and local businesses.
Local residents can comment in-person at an upcoming meeting or through an online survey.
The online survey is available for public comment through Friday, April 12.
The open house meeting for comments is scheduled for Wednesday, March 20 for an opportunity to look over proposed alternatives and speak with region planners to answer questions. No formal presentation will be given.
When: 4:30 – 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 20
Where: Aberdeen Rotary Log Pavilion
1401 Sargent Blvd, Aberdeen
Parking: Parking is available on site at the pavilion. Local transit routes 10N and 40 have stops nearby.
F Street Bridge Alternative
Heron Street Bridge Alternative
One 2-Way Bridge Alternative
Two 1-Way Bridges Alternative
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