Tag Archives: McKinleyville Town Center

McKinleyville gets almost $200K for bike/ped plan

McKinleyville gets almost $200K for bike/ped plan

Jack Durham Mad River Union MCKINLEYVILLE – Humboldt County Public Works has received nearly $200,000 in grant funds to plan for bicycle and pedestrian improvements in the unincorporated community of McKinleyville. The effort to obtain the $196,700 Caltrans Sustainable Transportation Planning Grant was led by the Redwood Community Action Agency on behalf of the county.

McK Town Center rezoning will provide maximum flex, options and no big box stores

The committee ultimately voted unanimously that the Town Center should include wetlands, stormwater detention basins, parks, public gathering areas, trails, sidewalks and  roads integrated into a plan for land use and active transportation that is cohesive and reflects the culture and values of McKinleyville. 

Kelley Garrett: McKinleyville Town Center planning being steamrolled by the county

With regard to the McKinleyville Town Center, I found last week’s headline “Town Center Limits Loosened” to be a bit misleading. As the subsequent tagline states — wetland regulations were altered, not the Town Center planning limits. I bring this up because while the county is readily willing to undertake the process of amending the

Boutique hotel, condos and new town name aired for Mack Town

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – Residents are refining their vision for downtown McKinleyville as they develop a master plan for what they hope will be a pedestrian friendly village with affordable housing, places to gather, enjoyable outdoor areas and plenty of small shops. The ideas for the McKinleyville Town Center were discussed during

McKinleyville to undergo centering

Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – The Humboldt County Planning Department is teaming up with the McKinleyville Municipal Advisory Committee to host a Community Workshop and Round Table discussion for the Town Center tonight, Wednesday, Dec. 11 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the McKinleyville Pop-Up Museum, 1520 City Center Rd., McKinleyville.  Organizers promise a fun

Downtown visions for McKinleyville

Jack Durham Mad River Union McKINLEYVILLE – McKinleyville would have a walkable downtown with inviting pathways where people could stroll by restaurants, shops and artisan workshops. Above the businesses would be apartments and affordable senior housing. The attractive, charming village would have car-free zones, parks, playgrounds, green spaces, and an area for farmers markets and