The Little Salt Creek Watershed Master Plan study process features a range of public participation opportunities designed to provide information on the approach to the study, gather input from stakeholders, and share preliminary recommendations for floodplain and floodway improvements.
The public participation includes open houses, a citizen advisory committee, a technical advisory committee and a newsletter.
- The first open house focused on the approach to the study. A second open house will provide an update on the study's findings and present final recommendations from the study team.
- A 16-member citizen advisory committee, appointed by Mayor Beutler, and a 12-member technical advisory committee are providing advice on possible capital improvement projects.
- Several issues of the Watershed News are providing updates to a broad range of interests in the watershed.
Throughout all phases, the project team encourages public involvement and is working to foster resource agency coordination.