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Active Transportation Plan (ATP)
The City of Oak Harbor is currently developing an Active Transportation Plan to identify projects and strategies to improve conditions for walking, biking, and rolling throughout the City with our contracted consultant Toole Design.
How do you get involved?
1. Complete the online survey and map between April 3 and June 3.
2. Speak with the project team at community events (Holland Happening).
3. Submit a question via our online comment form.
Review the Web Map and Take the Survey
The survey and web map are developed to hear about your experience and ideas to make Oak Harbor a better place to walk, bike, and roll. In particular, we want to know about areas that are challenging to navigate for kids, older adults, and people with disabilities.
The survey has a few questions about you: your biking and walking experience, and your ideas for improvement. We also have a map where you can show us your location-specific thoughts and suggestions for improving pedestrian and bike facilities in Oak Harbor. The survey is open between April 3 and June 3.
Help us spread the word to your friends and neighbors.
Reminder - To receive the results of the feedback via email, you must include your email address on the first screen of the input form.
Printed surveys are available at the following locations.
865 SE Barrington Drive, Oak Harbor, WA 98277
Between 8 am and 4:30 pm on Mondays - Fridays (except holidays)
51 SE Jerome Street, Oak Harbor, WA 98277
Between 8:30 am and 4 pm on Mondays - Fridays (except holidays)
Did you know the Comprehensive Plan includes information about neighborhoods in the City of Oak Harbor?
Neighborhood maps are available on the oakharbor.gov/maps page. The City has the following neighborhoods: Ault Forest, Broad View, Crescent Harbor, Fair Winds, Fort Nugent, Gateway District, Midtown, Modern Midway, Old Town, Scenic Heights, Silverspot Valley, and Swantown.
The ATP will focus on referencing information for your neighborhood.
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You can contact staff with questions through our online form. Staff will respond within five business days after the form is received.