Since the spring of 2008 the City has been developing a new vision for its South Downtown – the area south of Washington that will host Milwaukie’s future light rail station and lies between 99E and 21st Ave. Want to know how this plan came about? CLICK HERE:
Beyond the trees is where the plaza will go (you can see the Broken Arrow Archery Building in the background)
The pedestrian bridge to the Riverfront would be to the left. Where the large trees are is a proposed rooftop plaza above a parking garage with access to the river.
Invasive species cover the view and access to Kellogg Lake. Nature trails instead?
Future site of Milwaukie Light Rail station
The tracks will be to the left of the current train tracks
For the last 40 years Kellogg Lake has been completely inaccessible until the bank was removed for Light Rail. This is also where the pedestrian bridge would align with the Light Rail bridge connecting Island Station to Light Rail.
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