Public Open House – Thursday, September 6th
The purpose of the open house meeting is to provide an overview of the project and to receive input from residents, businesses and communities that will assist in the Tri-County Access Project Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) process which formally began on July 16, 2018 with the Federal Highway Administration’s publication of the Notice of Intent in the Federal Register. Information will be available on the project study limits, schedule, draft Purpose & Need of the project, potential alternatives, and issues to be addressed as part of the study. Staff will be available to answer questions. Please click the link for more information about this meeting.
Public Open House – Wednesday, July 25th
The Tri-County Access Project hosted a Public Open House where attendees were invited to learn more, join the discussion, and provide suggestions on how to best meet our transportation challenges.
There are lots of ways to get involved in Tri-County Access Project.
Small Group Meetings
Small group meetings will engage stakeholders, share information and foster discussion by addressing specific project issues, allowing for more specialized discussions and input, and aiding the public in developing a better understanding the project goals and objectives. Small group meetings will be held throughout the project as they are identified.
Public involvement for the Tri-County Access Project will include opportunities for broader public meetings in the form of a public information meeting and a public hearing. These large-scale meetings will encourage public attendance and foster public awareness of project developments and alternatives that are being evaluated. These meetings also will provide a forum for public input, including concerns and comments regarding project alternatives.
There will be several other methods for the public to obtain and provide information about the project. These methods (noted below) will provide information and opportunities for feedback regarding upcoming public meeting events, project schedule, and general project status updates within the study area.
- Mailing List
- Public Website
- Social Media