Public Meeting I Summary

Beltz Title Slide 1

(Click Image to Download Public Meeting I Slideshow)

A huge thank you to all that turned out for our first round of meetings in Tierra Del Mar and Pacific City. We had a large number of people show up for both meetings to learn more about Oregon State Park’s vision for this park and share their thoughts about how it should be managed and developed. Please click the link below to download a summary of the meetings.

Beltz Public Meeting I Summary (PDF)

If you did not have a chance to attend the meetings we will be collecting comments until September 30th so please comment in the space below or on the Beltz Property survey page. We appreciate all of those utilizing the survey map to make comments about how they’d like to see the trails improved or in regards to park development. These comments are guiding concept alternatives we will be presenting at the next round of public meetings. Please click the image above to download the slides we presented at the meetings.

We look forward to continuing the conversation initiated at the first round of meetings and will be posting details on the next round of meetings in the coming weeks as soon as they are scheduled.


Posted on September 4, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Would like to see some opportunity for clothing optional recreation on part of the property.


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