Island County Planning and Community Development is in the process of reviewing and updating the
Island County Comprehensive Plan. One component of the Comprehensive Plan is the Transportation Element. Island County Public Works is the lead for the update to the Transportation Element.
The Comprehensive Plan expresses the vision and goals of Island County, and serves as the policy document which will shape growth and development over the next 20 years. We welcome and encourage public participation throughout this process. Please contact us if you would like to receive email notification about important meetings or events during the Transportation Element update.
There are three components to the Transportation Element Update:
Island County has selected a consultant team from
Transpo Group and
BERK to assist with this work. The document outlining the scope of work is available
The update to the Transportation Element began in fall 2013. The work is expected to be completed by May 2015.
here to see the project schedule (updated October 23, 2014)
A list of the questions you've asked us so far, and our responses to them, is available
The success of the Transportation Element update depends on effective engagement. This includes collaboration and communication between local agencies and Island County residents. The primary forums for agency coordination are the Project Advisory Committee (PAC) meetings and land use workshops with local agency planners. The primary forum for public engagement will be through public open houses/workshops.
The full version of the Engagement Plan is available
Relevant documents, slide shows and other materials will be posted below when available:
We welcome your questions, comments and suggestions about the Transportation Element update. Answers to the questions we receive are posted towards the top of this web page.
Please submit your questions and comments by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
or mail your comments using
Tel: (360) 678-5111
From Camano: (360) 629-4522
S. Whidbey: (360) 321-5111
FAX: (360) 678-4550