Noskiakos: The Taholah Village Relocation Master Plan

Quinault Indian Nation Community Development and Planning Department
Created: 10/19/2018 -

Abstract

This document constitutes the Taholah Village Relocation Master Plan. It discusses the process of creating a vision and development plan for the project, establishes development and design standards for ensuring a quality community, determines infrastructure demands, incorporates culture, and sets forth implementing this project through phasing and nancing.

The Taholah Village Relocation project will utilize and expand upon the history of the Lower Village,while introducing new housing concepts, steps to become a more resilient community in the face of disaster, and energy e ciency measures. Development and design standards have been incorporated into this document, in order to create a framework which reinforces the structure, character and quality desired for this community. These guidelines address building parcels, home lots, architecture, civil engineering and landscape architecture.

The Taholah Village Relocation Master Plan emphasizes the creation of a livable, pedestrian- oriented community that will provide for a unique Quinault identity and variety in housing in a safe location.

 

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Keywords

Scale
Tribal / First Nation
Sector Addressed
Culture/communities
Land Use Planning
Rural / Indigenous Livelihoods
Type of Adaptation Action/Strategy
Infrastructure, Planning, and Development
Managed retreat of built infrastructure, relocation of people/communities
Target Climate Changes and Impacts
Sea level rise
Region
Northwest