State Park Road Closure Information

Beginning Monday 7/15/2019, State Park Road will be closed from Lion Mountain Loop Road to Haugen Heights Road.  This segment of State Park Road will remain closed for approximately 3 months and will reopen to the public late October. 

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Presentation of Public Meeting No. 3

Traffic Control Plan

Notice of Public Meeting No. 3

for the State Park Road Reconstruction Project

 When:  Thursday, June 27th, 2019

 Where: Whitefish City Hall, Council Chambers  418 E 2nd Street

 Time: 6:30pm to 8:00pm

 The City of Whitefish will host a public meeting to review "What to Expect During Construction" for this summer's construction of State Park Road.

We had another great turnout for the Public Meeting held on Thursday, March 7, 2019. Thank you to all who participated. For a copy of last nights presentation please click the link below:

Presentation of Public Meeting No. 2

 

Notice of Public Meeting No. 2

for the State Park Road Reconstruction Project

 When:  Thursday, March 7th, 2019

 Where: Whitefish City Hall, Council Chambers  418 E 2nd Street

 Time: 6:30pm to 8:00pm

 Whitefish Residents that are wishing to inform themselves of the upcoming reconstruction project are encouraged to attend.

 

Public Meeting No. 2

 

We had a great turnout for the Public Meeting held On Thursday, November 8, 2018. Thank you to all who participated. For a copy of last nights presentation please click the link below:

Public Meeting No. 1 Presentation

Click here for Newsletter No. 1 (General Project Information)

Click here for Newsletter No. 2 (Info on Public Meeting No. 1)

Project Description

The City of Whitefish is planning to reconstruct State Park Road, from Lion Mountain Road to the Railroad Crossing.  The City has selected the engineering firm of Robert Peccia & Associates (RPA) to assist them with project management, public involvement,  surveying and civil engineering. The project will generally include roadway reconstruction, a bicycle/pedestrian path and drainage improvements.

Public Outreach & Involvement

Throughout the development of the project, there will be several public outreach campaigns and opportunities for public involvement.

Informational newsletters and other information regarding the project will be posted to the website.

Current Work

Survey crews have already began collecting the site data needed by the engineers to design the roadway corridor. Drilling crews were also recently onsite collecting soil samples to assist with these efforts.

Communication is Key

We want to communicate with all property owners and residents in the vicinity of State Park Road. E-mail is a great tool for distributing information. To be included in our e-mail distribution, please provide your name, address and e-mail address to btheis@rpa‐kal.com or call 752-5025.