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City of Mill Creek seeks community feedback on city-owned property development

The City of Mill Creek is seeking community feedback regarding the potential development of city-owned properties near the Mill Creek Sports Park. A consultant hired by the city created an online survey to collect community needs and opinions as they relate to potential uses.
DRCC site map. Image courtesy of City of Mill Creek.

From a March 16, 2021, City of Mill Creek press release.

The City of Mill Creek is seeking community feedback regarding the potential development of city-owned properties near the Mill Creek Sports Park.

The city purchased four parcels of land (approximately 19 acres) over the last 15 years adjacent to the Mill Creek Sports Park (13900 North Creek Drive, Mill Creek).

These parcels together are referred to as the Dobson, Remillard, Church, and Cook (DRCC) site.

A consultant hired by the city created an online survey to collect community needs and opinions as they relate to potential uses of the DRCC site.

The city council wants to hear from the community on how to best use this four-parcel site.

In this early stage of planning, all options are being considered. Potential ideas for site include: recreation, entertainment, education, commerce, municipal uses or something else.

Mill Creek area residents and visitors are encouraged to complete a brief survey to voice thier opinions by clicking on this link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MillCreekDRCC.

The survey is open from March 15th to March 31st, 2021.

Find additional information about the DRCC site at: www.cityofmillcreek.com/cityproperties.

The City of Mill Creek is seeking community feedback regarding the potential development of city-owned properties near the Mill Creek Sports Park. A consultant hired by the city created an online survey to collect community needs and opinions as they relate to potential uses.

DRCC vicinity map. Image courtesy of City of Mill Creek.

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