How You Can Get Involved
Community drop-in hours
Visit us on the second and fourth Monday of each month from 2 - 4 p.m. at the Whidbey Island Bank Building to ask questions and talk to project staff.
Working with the Community
Working with the community on the design of the new facility is important to the City of Oak Harbor. Throughout design and construction, the City has worked with the community through:
- 13 public meetings, open houses, design workshops, and online forums
- 5 community advisory group meetings for the Windjammer Park Integration Plan
- 1 groundbreaking event
- 2 Family Fun Days in Windjammer Park
- 11 Mailed newsletters and fliers
- Monthly updates to City Council
- Over 110 weekly construction email updates to members of the public (to sign up, email@example.com)
To view past presentations, summaries, and project updates, visit our library.
Community Drop-In Hours
Visit us during our community drop-in hours to ask questions, talk to project staff, and hear the latest on facility construction.
- Every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month (announcements will be made if any dates change)
- 2 – 4 p.m.
- Old Whidbey Island Bank building (321 SE Pioneer Way)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with general questions or to join our email list. Visit the Contact Us page for additional contact information.
Community Involvement Highlights
Artwork by Oak Harbor High School Art Guild members on stormwater treatment tanks.
An Oak Harbor family tours the construction safety course at Family Fun Day 2017.
Community members attend a Windjammer Park open house in 2016.
A community member gives feedback at a design open house in 2015.