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Residents can hear details, offer input about the 10-acre property in Wilsonville's Frog Pond area.

Community members hoping to learn more about the future Frog Pond primary school and Boeckman Road Corridor Improvement Project are invited to an open house Tuesday, Aug. 23.

This is the second meeting hosted by the West Linn-Wilsonville School District about the future elementary school in Wilsonville. The information session will allow the community to ask district staff members questions and give feedback on what they envision for the site.

Funded through the 2019 capital bond, the future primary school on the Frog Pond property will be home to 350 students in the district. The project is estimated to be complete by 2024, and the district wants community input as it begins designing the 10-acre site.

District staff is currently in conversation with the city of Wilsonville about a possible playground that will sit on the acreage. And during the open house event, the city will demonstrate some of its plans while listening to feedback from neighborhood residents.

The open house will include a conversation about the new Boeckman Road Corridor Improvement Project, which has consisted of several upgrades on the nearby roads — which were revamped to accommodate the growth of the neighborhoods along Southwest Stafford and Boeckman roads. The project includes the construction of the new Boeckman Dip bridge, which will start next summer. The new bridge will accommodate cyclists and pedestrians and increase safety for drivers.

Community members who cannot attend the event in person will be able to view the presentation virtually. People also are encouraged to participate in online surveys to ask questions and provide input on the project.

IF YOU GO

When: 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 23

Where: Meridian Creek Middle School , 6300 S.W. Hazel St, Wilsonville


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