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Residents get a look at plans for Twisp’s downtown

Residents get a look at plans for Twisp’s downtown

Local residents got a close-up look at plans for two major projects in Twisp — revitalizing the downtown core to attract more visitors; and replacing the cramped, worn-out town hall with a new civic building — during …
Open house will review Twisp revitalization ideas

Open house will review Twisp revitalization ideas

Plans for creating a more inviting downtown corridor and constructing a new civic building in Twisp will be presented to the community on Wednesday (Nov. 9) at an open house in the Methow Valley Community Center at 6 p.m.
Army Corp of Engineers says Twisp must clear levee of overgrowth

Army Corp of Engineers says Twisp must clear levee of overgrowth

The levee that runs along the perimeter of the Twisp Park is overgrown with trees and shrubs, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers wants the vegetation removed. Constructed more than 50 years ago to prevent the Twisp River from flooding the …
Twisp gets 4 new generators from FEMA

Twisp gets 4 new generators from FEMA

The devastating Carlton Complex Fire in 2014 left much of the Methow Valley without power for 10 days, greatly hampering the ability of local government officials and emergency managers to respond to the ongoing crisis.
Twisp finalizes in-kind agreement with Lloyd Holdco

Twisp finalizes in-kind agreement with Lloyd Holdco

The Town of Twisp will receive $18,700 worth of in-kind services from Lloyd Holdco LLC to help build a recreational trail under an agreement approved by the Town Council last week. The agreement, which has been under discussion for almost a year, was created to compensate the town for the withdrawal last …
Public works projects get underway soon in Twisp

Public works projects get underway soon in Twisp

Two projects totaling more than $1 million for new sidewalks, curbs and gutters in Twisp are expected to get underway as early as this fall. The town recently awarded contracts for the projects, which are funded through federal and state money, said Public Works Director Andrew Denham.
Twisp reviews revised in-kind services agreement with Lloyd family

Twisp reviews revised in-kind services agreement with Lloyd family

A revised agreement with Lloyd Holdco for in-kind services to help build a community trail will come back to the Twisp Town Council again, after the Lloyd family has a chance to review the new terms. Intended as compensation to the town for Lloyd Holdco’s withdrawal of a promised trail easement along the…
Twisp re-captures the (crossing) flags

Twisp re-captures the (crossing) flags

After hearing reports from Twisp residents about near misses with vehicles while crossing Highway 20 in town, Twisp officials have installed new bright orange flags at four locations in town for pedestrians to carry while crossing the road. The flags are intended to make pedestrians more visible to motorists and increase pedestrian safety.
Twisp transportation benefit district on Aug. 2 ballot

Twisp transportation benefit district on Aug. 2 ballot

A proposition asking Twisp voters to authorize a new sales tax of .2 percent to fund a Transportation Benefit District (TBD) appears on the Aug. 2 primary election ballot. The district is a special taxing entity created by the Twisp Council, as authorized by state law, to pay for street maintenance and improvements within Twisp.
Community contemplates a revitalized Twisp

Community contemplates a revitalized Twisp

Concepts for revitalizing downtown Twisp were presented to the community for feedback last week during an open house at TwispWorks. Prominent archways at intersections leading to the downtown area, wide sidewalks, pedestrian malls, landscaping, and a traffic roundabout on Highway 20 near Glover Street were among the ideas presented by ...