The City of Wilsonville is hosting a public informational meeting and open house about the Coffee Creek Industrial Area on Thursday, Oct. 5, 6:00 – 7:30 p.m., at Republic Services, Operations Command Center, 10295 SW Ridder Road, Wilsonville.
City staff are scheduled to present information about the Coffee Creek Industrial Area, including the future vision for the area, proposed zoning changes to guide the vision, planned roadway improvements, and the Willamette Water Supply pipeline project. Staff can answer questions about prospective timing of development and what these projects mean for nearby property owners and residents.
Located in northwest quadrant of Wilsonville near the Coffee Creek Correctional Facility, the 225-acre Coffee Creek Industrial Area was brought into the greater Portland metro urban growth boundary in 2002 designated as a “Regionally Significant Industrial Area” exclusively for high-wage employment. Wilsonville voters approved in Nov. 2015 establishing an urban renewal district, which was formed in 2016, to fund infrastructure that would be paid for by new taxes on new development in the employment zone. Initial plans estimate that the Coffee Creek Industrial Area will host 1,800 jobs with an estimated annual payroll in excess of $55 million at build-out for general industrial, warehouse, flex, and research and development-related businesses.
For more information contact Jordan Vance, City of Wilsonville Economic Development Manager, at 503-570-1539; email@example.com.