Kennewick seeks ideas to unclog Clearwater

Tri-City HeraldJuly 12, 2013 

Kennewick city officials want the community's idea on how to make Clearwater Avenue safer.

The Safe Clearwater Project aims to reduce congestion on the busier thoroughfare and make businesses more accessible.

The first phase of the project is already under way and is gathering community feedback that will be considered when the design phase begins. The project is paid for by a federal grant through the City Safety Program.

The public can learn more about the project at an open house from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Aug. 7 at the Kamiakin High School cafeteria.

For more information on the project, call 572-9518 or go to www.safeclearwateravenue.com.

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