A Public Infrastructure Framework Plan for the 9-acre Lot 1 was recently developed to provide a clear understanding of Lot 1 infrastructure that will be needed to develop this last remaining undeveloped parcel into an active, thriving part of the Hood River Waterfront. Unlike other portions of the waterfront, Lot 1 is seriously deficient in existing basic infrastructure—water, sewer, and streets. A significant financial investment will be needed to transform this parcel and realize its potential.Read More
Final tasks are underway at the Port’s 11-acre Lower Mill redevelopment project, an industrial property the Port has worked to clean up, improve, and ready for development for close to five years. The completion of Lower Mill industrial park returns the former mill site to productive use by the private sector with the creation of four shovel-ready, buildable M-1 industrial-zoned lots.Read More
Originally published Friday, September 7, 2018, this article by Emily Fitzgerald describes the Port’s analysis of Port-owned properties on the waterfront and other locations in the Port District. Read the article on the Hood River News website here: http://www.hoodrivernews.com/news/2018/sep/08/port-looks-waterfronts-real-estate-potential/Read More
The July 24 meeting of the Port of Hood River Board of Commissioners has been rescheduled to Tuesday, July 31. Regular Session begins at 5:00 p.m. There will also be a work session related to development of the Maritime site beginning at 4:00 p.m. Both are public meetings.Read More
Thursday, May 10, 2018
Port of Hood River Conference Room
1000 E. Port Marina Drive, Hood River, OR 97031
The Port of Hood River Commission has approved a parking management plan for Port-owned portions of the Hood River waterfront to be implemented this summer. The plan addresses Port goals to manage limited parking efficiently, encourage turnover at specific locations, and provide new resources for the ongoing maintenance of Port-owned waterfront parks and open spaces. Port staff will provide an informational overview of the plan which includes the installation of new paid parking meters on the east and west blocks of Portway Avenue, N. 1st Street, the west Jensen lot, and Nichols Basin. Public input will be invited on the plan and implementation details that are not yet finalized.
To view and download the implementation plan, click here.
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