The city of Camas is evaluating the Everett Street Corridor from Northeast Lake Road to the city limits near Northeast Third Street to determine how the roadway and intersections can be best configured to allow for safe, efficient passage through and access to the area by motorists, pedestrians and cyclists while providing for planned growth.
The critical project furthers the multimodal improvements achieved by the Lake-Everett traffic roundabout while relieving traffic congestion for the corridor’s more than 15,000 daily users. It will also set the stage for significant improvements throughout the region by connecting nearby recreational areas such as the Lacamas Lake North Shore, Lacamas Lake, Round Lake and Crown Park, as well as school district facilities, neighborhoods and local businesses.
The city’s public works department is leading the project with support from PBS Engineering and Environmental, WSP and Archaeological Investigations Northwest.
The city is seeking input on the corridor from the public and is hosting a community survey through January 2023.
The City is encouraging members of the public to take a brief survey online at engagecamas.com/everett-street-corridor-analysis?tool=survey_tool#tool_tab.