Online Open House: I-5 South Connection Corridor Study

We want to hear from you! You’re invited to an online Open House for the I-5 South Connection Corridor Study. The open house will be conducted online through Ridgefield Roundtable* from March 8th to April 5th.

To accommodate Ridgefield’s growth and keep traffic moving safely and efficiently, the City of Ridgefield and Clark County have been planning for new infrastructure. This includes an additional connection between Ridgefield and Interstate 5 (I-5). The City is conducting a corridor planning study to evaluate multiple alternatives for a future connection between NW Hillhurst Road/NW 31st Avenue and I-5 at the existing 219th Street / SR 502 interchange.

The study includes property owner and community outreach, environmental and cultural resource analysis, traffic and noise impact studies, a land needs evaluation, and a physical constraints assessment. Please join us for an online open house to learn more about the project and provide your input! 

Click here to go to the Online Open House

*Ridgefield Roundtable is the City of Ridgefield’s newest public participation tool. Ridgefield Roundtable is designed to make it easy for Ridgefield residents to get involved, participate in community decisions and provide ideas and feedback on a variety of topics affecting our community. You can learn more about the new site and register here.

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