The city of Bainbridge Island will host a public workshop in February to discuss the Wing Point Way non-motorized improvements project.
Pre-design alternatives for the project will be displayed and discussed by the city’s Public Works Department and HDR, Inc., the engineering firm selected to complete the project.
City officials said the city has already received a federal grant for $303,000 to pay for design and permitting activities and officials anticipate applying for additional funds to offset the cost of construction.
Work on Wing Point Way will stretch 3,300 feet along the busy roadway, from Ferncliff Avenue to Park Avenue. Design and permitting for the project is scheduled for 2014 with an anticipated construction start in 2016.
The workshop is scheduled from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4 at the Wing Point Golf and Country Club located at 811 Cherry Avenue.
The city is encouraging community members to attend the workshop to learn more about the design alternatives as well as public and private property matters related to the project.