The draft Haines Borough Lutak Dock Design & Development Concepts Final Report is now available for review.
Haines Lutak Dock Design & Development Concepts Report, March 2017 Draft
with Appendix A: Development Concepts Progress Drawings, December 2016
Appendix B: Benefit-Cost Analysis of the Lutak Dock Replacement, December 2016
Appendix C: Alternatives Analysis Summary Matrix
Appendix D: Community Input Summaries
Appendix E: Mine Export Memo
The report can also be found on the Documents page.
Thank you for attending the third community meeting on the Lutak Dock project. This meeting was a Joint Work Session of the Port and Harbor Advisory Committee and the Haines Borough Planning Commission to review the recommended alternatives.
You may view the meeting summary, presentation slides, and updated project Fact Sheet here:
The Joint Work Session Memo discussed at the meeting and summary attachments can be found on the Documents page.
Thank you for your continued interest in the Lutak Dock project!
Please join us at Community Meeting #3 for the Lutak Dock project.
This will be a joint work session of the Port and Harbor Advisory Committee and the Haines Borough Planning Commission to review the Lutak Dock concepts.
WHEN: Wednesday, February 1, 2017 at 5:30 PM
WHERE: Chilkat Center Lobby
The recommended alternative that will be presented at the Joint Work Session can be reviewed in the following memo:
01-11-2017 Lutak Dock Joint Work Session Memo
You may view the most recent progress set here:
Thank you for attending the second community meeting on the Lutak Dock project!
If you were unable to attend, you can view the meeting summary, presentation slides and the updated project Fact Sheet here:
The Lutak Dock Replacement FASTLANE Benefit-Cost Analysis Final Report, prepared by Northern Economics, is now available for your review.
All of the public involvement resources and the FASTLANE Benefit-Cost Analysis can also be found on the Documents page.
We appreciate your continued interest in the project and welcome your comments.
Please join us for the second public meeting for the Lutak Dock Project. R&M Consultants, Inc. will present on preliminary dock concept designs and cost estimates for each concept. This is a great opportunity for the community to ask questions and provide feedback that will help inform future decisions on the preferred design concept.
When: Thursday, December 15th, 2016
From 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Where: Haines Borough Public Library
Community Meeting Room
111 3rd Avenue
You may review the Concept Plan Set to be presented at the December 15th Meeting here: Haines Borough, Lutak Dock Concepts Plan Set 12-15-2016 (7 MB file) or on the Documents page.
The summary and informational materials presented at the first Community Meeting, held on November 1, 2016, are available on the Public Involvement and Documents pages.
View and print a copy of the meeting notice here:
Haines Borough, Lutak Dock Community Meeting 2 Notice
Thank you for attending the first community meeting for the Lutak Dock on Tuesday, November 1st.
If you missed the public meeting, you may view the slides on our Public Involvement page, or use the link below. We welcome your comments and feedback on the project.
Haines Borough, Lutak Dock Community Meeting Power Point, Nov. 1 2016
Join us to identify dock users’ needs and to review the preliminary design concepts and project schedule.
When: Tuesday, November 1st, 2016
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Where: Haines Public Library
Community Meeting Room
111 3rd Avenue
View and print a meeting notice here:
Haines Boroug, Lutak Dock Community Meeting 1 Notice
Lutak Dock is a deep water port originally constructed in 1953 and is made
up of 15 cellular structures, 11 owned by the Borough and 4 State owned.
Modifications, repairs and partial replacements to the dock have been
incrementally occurring since 2003 in order to maintain the dock’s working
Through this project, the Haines Borough is considering conceptual options
for replacing or refurbishing the Lutak Dock with the purpose of:
• Securing the integrity of the existing facility;
• Maintaining existing working area and functionality;
• Maximize life expectancy; and
• Providing a design that allows for expansion of the facility in the event
of future demand.