Beyond the Pier

Thank you for your feedback!

Thank you to all who have participated in our recent events and digital engagement! An outreach report detailing all of the feedback gathered this summer is being completed. Check out THE PLAN page to see periodic project updates.

Past Community Events


Focus Group Sessions

WHEN: Thursday, July 16, 2020
WHERE: Digital Meeting

Four focus group sessions will be held that will invite stakeholder groups to engage in a digital meeting, participating in constructive activities and discussion groups to provide a better understanding of the study area use and existing market conditions. If you would like to participate in one of our Focus Group Sessions, contact us and indicate which of the focus groups from the following list you best fit: Local Business, Tri-City Area Community Leader, Water Recreation Group, Local Development Community.

Pop-up Engagement

• Wednesday, August 5 (8am-12pm) – Farmers Market

• Friday, August 7 (1pm-5pm) – Chinook Pier next to the depot

• Thursday, August 13 (4pm-8pm) – Bicentennial Park along the boardwalk

• Saturday, August 15 (8am-12pm) – Farmers Market

We’ll come to you for our Pop-Up Engagement! Four of these events have been planned, where project representatives will visit to talk with the public about the Beyond the Pier Plan. Fun and quick activities will be provided to encourage conversation and help document your feedback. Keep an eye out for our booth at the Farmers Market and down on the Boardwalk.

Community Design WOrkshops & Charette

• Monday, September 14 – Virtual Design Workshop (4pm-6pm)  
Join via Zoom by visiting this link:

• Wednesday, September 16 – Youth Focused Workshop
(Virtual event with GHAPS)

• Thursday, September 17 – Outdoor Design Charrette (4pm-8pm) 
Chinook Pier Farmers Market

Join the Beyond the Pier planning process and get creative! Community Design Workshops and a Charrette have been scheduled, inviting the public to draw, discuss, and conceptualize Chinook Pier and Downtown.

All members of the community are encouraged to drop in, talk with project representatives, and engage in design-based activities.