The 2nd Street Pilot project is part of an ongoing effort of the Tillamook Urban Renewal Agency (TURA) to implement streetscape designs for the town center area of Tillamook in preparation of the Oregon Department of Transportation Highway 101-US 6 Intersection project scheduled to begin in 2015. TURA implemented the Streetscapes Committee, which is working in conjunction with the City’s Beautification Committee, the Tillamook Revitalization Association, the Tillamook Area Chamber of Commerce, Oregon Main Street and other organizations to enhance, revitalize, and restore the town center of the City of Tillamook. Encompassing the four (4) blocks between Laurel and Stillwell Avenues, the Pilot Project is being implemented in phases, which will be constructed during the upcoming ODOT project. At this time, TURA is implementing Phase I, which will include street furniture, building facades, and streetscape features. The intent is create an east/west pedestrian orientated corridor that parallels the auto-oriented Highways 6/1st Street & 131/3rd Street on each side and complements the north/south Highway 101 commercial area.
If you are interested in making a proposal please download the full RFP at this link: RFP Design for Street Arcade and/or Alley Gate