MCMINNVILLE, Ore. – Mar. 27, 2019 – The City of McMinnville Planning Department recently launched a visioning process for the Three Mile Lane area in McMinnville (Highway 18 from the Olde Stone Village to the Yamhill River Bridge and the land around it). The City is evaluating development in the area, bicycle and pedestrian connectivity, vehicular mobility and design, and invites you to participate in a public survey to gather your input for the Three Mile Lane Area Plan.
The Three Mile Lane Area Plan survey is intended to gather input from residents to help define the vision, goals, and objectives for the long range planning of the Three Mile Lane corridor. The Area Plan will study how to ensure future development within the corridor best serves the community of McMinnville, how all modes of transportation will connect to and serve the study area, and how to define Three Mile Lane as a gateway to McMinnville.
The survey will be available online and at several locations throughout McMinnville until April 24, 2019. Spanish and English versions are available.
Please visit www.threemilelane.com/get-involved to participate in the survey, and guide the future planning of the Three Mile Lane corridor.