July 13, 2024 3:08 pm

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Provide input on Subarea Planning Phase of the Light Rail Communities Project

By Snohomish County | Press Release

Snohomish County, in partnership with numerous interested parties, is planning for the arrival of light rail in the mid-2030s through the preparation of a subarea plan. As the latest step in an extended public engagement process, the Light Rail Communities project is seeking input through a two-part online workshop to:

(Open Nov. 6) Gather your reactions to the results of two public engagement events held earlier this year; and

(Open Nov. 26) Hear from you about the topic of housing affordability in an area of Southwest Snohomish County.

The workshop will be available through December 20th at https://bit.ly/LRC-Fall-Workshop.

Compatibility note: Internet Explorer is not a supported browser for this workshop. Edge, Chrome, Firefox, and Safari should work best. Please feel free to email the project team at LightRailComm@snoco.org if you have any issues.

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Light Rail Communities | Residential Housing Type Workshop

What: A two-part virtual workshop intended to report and receive feedback on recent public engagement results and explore the topic of housing affordability in an area of Southwest Snohomish County.

Note: Each part of the workshop will likely take at least 30 minutes to complete.

When:

Part 1: November 6 – December 20

Part 2: November 26 – December 20

Where: https://bit.ly/LRC-Fall-Workshop

For more information about the Light Rail Communities project, please visit the project webpage at: https://www.snohomishcountywa.gov/LRC.

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