Linc development proposal for 8th and G streets. (NOTE: The original image published above was from Linc’s original proposal for that site. The image you now see is an updated version.)



If you’re interested in housing development and/or public transportation, know that Linc Housing — that company that will be building a bunch of units on public parking lots downtown — will be holding a public meeting tonight at the Jefferson Center to talk about what sorts of infrastructure and/or transportation improvements people would like to see in the city.

According to a flyer passed out at the City Council meeting last night:

The City of Eureka and Linc Housing invite you for a second community event about an opportunity for public transportation and infractructure improvements. This is part of a joint application for state funding.

We will share the results of the Community Survey and a refined list of potential improvements. If our application is successful, these improvements will increase safety and connection in the city.

Interested? The meeting takes place at the Jefferson Center (1000 B Street) and on Zoom. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and the presentation runs from 6 to 7:15 p.m. Register to attend in-person at this link, or register on Zoom here.