Soldotna City Council To Tour Proposed Site For New Visitor Center

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Soldotna City Council will meet in Soldotna Creek Park on Wednesday with the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce to tour the proposed location for the Visitor and Community Center Expansion. Immediately following the tour at Soldotna Creek Park, the city council will travel to the current Soldotna Visitor Center to conduct a site visit and inspect the current building and surrounding property. Davis: “They are going to come do a tour of the existing visitors center so that the council can get a better idea of some of the struggles that we have. Some of those include access, pulling in and out of the current site, as well as some of the space issues that we have.”  With more than 700,000 tourists passing through the Kenai Peninsula each year, the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce has outgrown the current visitor’s center.center_img Shannon Davis, Executive Director of the Soldotna Chamber of Commerce: “We want to outline where the new building would be to help people visualize the fact that it will only take up 5%, maybe even a little less, of the actual usable park space.” The tour will begin at 4:00 pm, in Soldotna Creek Park. For more information contact the City Clerk’s Office at 907-262-9107.last_img

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