• Revitalizing
    our Downtown.


  • Now that you’ve heard about the planning efforts to revitalize the Downtown – We’d like to hear YOUR thoughts, questions, concerns and feedback, it’s very important to us! Go to our “Community Feedback” page to submit the form, or click the button below to Go There Now!
    Tell Us What You Think!
  • Old Downtown Sandpoint

    Vintage Early 1960’s


We will hold several public open house meetings discussing plans and statuses to keep the community updated. STAY INVOLVED>>

The Downtown Revitalization Project

The City of Sandpoint is set to begin the next chapter for revitalizing the Downtown Core area. The City adopted the Downtown Streets Plan and Design Guidelines in 2012, with improvements to Church Street, Third and Fourth Avenues between Pine and Church Streets already completed. The next step in implementing the Plan will be the reconstruction of Cedar Street between Fifth and Second Avenues. The project will provide wider sidewalks with street furniture, storm gardens to treat stormwater before discharging to Sand Creek, Pend Oreille Lake and Pend Oreille River, places for public art, new landscaping and a change to two-way traffic. Parking will be changed to provide diagonal parking on some sides of the street and parallel parking on the opposite side of the street. With funding from the Sandpoint Urban Renewal Agency, the City will see the first phase of the project transform the Downtown into a new and welcoming environment for people to rediscover all of what Downtown Sandpoint has to offer.

Phase 1 of the project on Cedar Street between 2nd and 5th Avenues is out to bid with construction tentatively scheduled to start in June of this year! See the Project Schedule page for an update.

Downtown Revitalization Project Second Open House

Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 4:30 – 6:30 pm at Columbia Bank Building – 2nd Floor Balcony, 414 Church Street, Sandpoint, Idaho. Read More >>

Traffic Revisions are Coming

The “character” of Sandpoint will be enhanced by this traffic revision project. An environment that encourages and supports multi-modal transportation and the “Walking City” image will be reflected in our design. Our team will use a collaborative process to accomplish this in an integrated overall design. We’ve developed a public involvement process with the City to ensure that we get the important input and feedback from businesses and citizens that we will use to accomplish the goals that the City has for the project.

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