The Port of Coupeville's
Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements was last updated in 2010. The Port recently initiated an update of their Comprehensive Scheme and is working with Community Attributes Inc.,
a Seattle-based land use and economic development consulting firm, to lead this update. The Port’s two facilities, the Coupeville Wharf and the Greenbank Farm, are critical assets for the local community and serve as both economic hubs and recreational assets. This plan is being developed to ensure the ongoing success of these two facilities while also identifying new opportunities for the Port to support and facilitate economic growth in the region.
To ground this work in local priorities, the Port of Coupeville is conducting public outreach focused on gathering feedback from a broad spectrum of businesses owners and residents. This feedback will complement other ongoing outreach efforts. The comments collected through this website will be leveraged to identify project goals and strategies for economic development and ensure that the Port of Coupeville’s Comprehensive Scheme and Strategic Plan reflects local priorities and initiatives. In short, we want to hear from you and learn about your ideas for the Port of Coupeville!
We need your help understanding more about the local community’s priorities. This will help us guide the Port’s planning process and ensure that the Port’s goals and strategies align with the needs of local residents and businesses.
What are the top challenges facing the local economy?
What are the top ranking economic assets in the community?
Do you know of underutilized lands that could be better leveraged to serve the community?
Get creative – what do you want to see for the future of the Port of Coupeville?
Open Space/ Recreation
Infrastructure Development and Support
Real Estate Opportunities
Industry and Business
Zoom in and pan left, right, up, or down to explore the map. This map summarizes insights and ideas submitted to date for the Port of Coupeville's Comprehensive Scheme of Harbor Improvements. Click on the map icons to explore individual submissions.
Select Add Your Own Marker below to submit your comments and ideas. Click anywhere on the map to submit ideas or insights related to planning for economic development. Use the drop-down menu in the pop-up box that appears to help us organize your idea or insight by topic. Be sure to click "submit" when finished!
The Port of Coupeville was established in 1966 and is responsible for two of Island County’s most unique assets: the historic Coupeville Wharf and the Greenbank Farm. Please visit the Port’s website for more details on the Port, its operations and the update of the Comprehensive Scheme of Improvements and Strategic Plan.
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