Have a Hand in the Future of the Sidney/Pottery Corridor

The City of Port Orchard is working on a master plan for the Sidney/Pottery Corridor, between Tremont Street and Sedgwick Road.

See a map of the area with proposed traffic improvements here:


The plan will provide for transportation improvements, including bicycle lanes, sidewalks, bus shelters, attractive lighting, landscaping and “street furniture.”
“This study is intended to provide the entire length with not only an aesthetically pleasing thoroughfare but to also provide a tool for any future development along the corridor,” said James Weaver, the city’s development director.
A component of public outreach for the plan is the creation of a Sidney/Pottery Corridor Study subcommittee consisting of members of the city’s Planning Commission and volunteers from the public.
The city will hold a “kick-off” open house April 20 and conduct an online survey. Comments from the survey will be incorporated into a draft of the plan that will be available to the public.
There will be a joint public hearing on the plan in early fall. The plan is to be adopted in December.
To volunteer for the committee, contact the Port Orchard planning department at (360) 876-4991 and ask for Tom Bonsell, or e-mail tbonsell@cityofportorchard.us.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Before you post, please complete the prompt below.

Enter the word yellow here: