Posted by: wadahp | March 8, 2010


Fort Vancouver National Historic Site has begun planning on the Vancouver Barracks Master Plan.  An environmental assessment (EA) will be prepared as part of this eff ort.  Scheduled for completion in 2011, this Master Plan will establish clear direction for the rehabilitation and public use of the East and South Barracks. The National Park Service will assume ownership of this site after the U.S. Army Reserve transfers it to Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.Your input on important issues and alternatives is welcome and will be addressed in the Master Plan EA. Scoping comments will be accepted from March 20 through May 1, 2010. 

Please join us for one of the two public scoping meetings and site walks at the Red Cross building, located at 605 Barnes Street within the Vancouver National Historic Reserve, on the northeast corner of Barnes Street and Hatheway Road.

Wednesday, April 7, 2010, 12-2pm and 6-8pm 

 You can obtain more project information and updates, sign up for the mailing list, and submit comments online or by calling the park at (360) 816-6212. 


  1. could you please email me the template you are using for this plan as well as the steps in the process you will be using. thanks so much–and great way for public involvement!

    • Hi Pam – you may want to contact Fort Vancouver directly since I’m sure that they are not monitoring our blog! The link is within the body of the text. Thanks.

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