The Forks area is experiencing record low precipitation and the City water supply is nearing cautionary levels. We are asking residents to voluntarily conserve water at this time. Please visit the Washington State Department of Ecology website for a list of easy ways you can conserve water. http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/wr/ws/wtrcnsv.html
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
JULY 11, 2016
FORKS CITY COUNCIL
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
500 EAST DIVISION STREET
Notice is hereby given that on July 11, 2016 at 7:30 p.m. the Forks City Council will conduct a public hearing to obtain input regarding the proposed six year Transportation Improvement Plan. The plan, covering 2017 – 2022, is used by local, state and federal governments to prioritize and fund transportation projects.
Written comments will be accepted up until 5:00 p.m. on July 11, 2016. Please address all comments to the Forks City Council. If you have any questions regarding the Transportation Improvement Plan, or would like to obtain a copy of the plan, please contact Paul Hampton at 360 374-5412.
Notice of Public Hearing/Work Shop
City of Forks Urban Growth Area
Comprehensive Plan Update
Forks Planning Commission
29 Jun 2016
Forks City Council Chambers
The Forks Planning Commission is giving notice that it will hold a public hearing/public workshop as part of a special meeting of the Commission on 29 Jun 2016 to gather public comment on a proposed preliminary revision to the Forks Urban Growth Area (FUGA) Comprehensive Plan (Comp Plan). The City of Forks is required to update the FUGA Comp Plan in such a manner as to be compliant with the Growth Management Act. The purpose of this meeting is to obtain from the public their input, reaction, and suggestions to a completely redrafted Comp Plan that includes the goals and policies for the required chapters: Affordable Housing, Capital Facilities, Economic Development, Land Use, Transportation, and Utilities. The Comp Plan also guides the City’s revisions of its Zoning Code, Critical Areas Ordinances, and other development regulations. The format of the meeting may change in response to the number of participants in order to ensure that the audience can provide information and comments in a manner that works best for them.
A copy of the draft may be found at the City’s website: www.forkswashington.org Individuals may submit written comments on the preliminary revision of the Comp Plan by sending those to firstname.lastname@example.org. To be included in the materials at the public meeting, comments need to be received by no later than 4 p.m. on 29 Jun 2016.
The Council Chamber is ADA accessible. Arrangements for reasonable accommodations for special needs, including handicap accessibility or interpreter, will be made upon receiving 24-hour advance notice. Contact Mr. Fleck at 360/374-5412, ext. 245, in person at the address noted above.
Project proposes the replacing of the existing field at Forks High School with a new synthetic turf field and resurfaced track. Project will involve the removal of the existing natural turf field and surrounding rubberized track surfacing. Click the title for more details.
Notice is hereby given that a majority of the City Council may be in attendance at the Community Meeting on Emergency Preparedness scheduled for Tuesday, April 5, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. Click the title for more details.
The City of Forks is hereby giving notice and soliciting final public comment on the request of Bill and Susan Brager, d.b.a. Miller Tree Inn, to rezone portions of three parcels consisting of two and a half (2.5) acres located immediately east of Forks City Hall. Click the title for more details.
The Mayor is requesting letters of interest from individuals willing to serve on the City Council. All letters must be received by the City no later than 5:00 p.m. on January 7, 2016. Click the title for more details.
Pursuant to Forks Municipal Code 2.10.030, the City is providing local media with notice of holiday office hours and closures. Click the title for more details.
Effective immediately, the City of Forks Water Superintendent has determined that there is no longer a need to maintain the emergency water use restrictions put in place in September 2015. Click the title for more details.
As of Sept. 11, 2015, an emergency water situation has been declared, and strict usage limits are now in place. Click the title for more details.
Lodging tax proceeds are now being offered to assist tourism development efforts. Applications available. Click title for more details.
Due to extreme fire danger, a strict burn ban has been declared, effective until further notice. Click title for more details.
Public comment is sought regarding a possible addition to Forks Municipal Code permitting wheeled All-Terrain Vehicles on City streets. Click the title for more details.
The anticipated Rainforest Arts Center is now open to the public! Click title for more details.