Property owners, employers, students and others in the city's Eastgate/I-90 area can review the latest ideas for improvements to the area, and offer their own suggestions, at a pair of open houses on June 1.
The events are an opportunity to learn more about proposed land use and transportation alternatives intended to guide growth in Bellevue's I-90 corridor over the next 20 years. Attendees can take in a presentation, ask questions and weigh in on ideas for the future of the corridor -- before alternatives are finalized.
The open houses on Wednesday, June 1, will cover the same information, but be at different times and locations, making it more convenient for people to attend.
- Robinswood House Cabana, 2430 148th Ave. SE, 1 to 3 p.m., presentation at 1:30 p.m.;
- Eastgate Elementary School Cafeteria, 4255 153rd Ave. SE, 5 to 7 p.m., presentation at 5:30 p.m.
Bellevue's Eastgate/I-90 corridor is an important residential, education, travel and employment center, home to nearly 20 percent of the city's workforce.
Following the open houses, those unable to attend can view the draft alternatives and complete a comment form on the project web page. The draft alternatives and comment form will be available June 2-14.
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