Friday, January 6, 2017

Ride to Remember Oso


 Ride to Remember Oso web page
SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 2017
there will be a 
Celebration of Strong Communities














 There are three ways to participate in this event.  There will be a 28 mile bike ride from Arlington to Darrington, a 6 mile trail ride on the Whitehorse Trail, and community events in Darrington.

A prominent list of community organizations and businesses are sponsoring this fine event.  Check it out.
Contact Information
Email: contact@ridetorememberoso.com
Phone:  City of Arlington Recreation 360-403-3448
Ride is managed by City of Arlington, Town of Darrington, and Snohomish County Parks and supported by BIKES Club of Snohomish County
Sponsors: 
McClinchy Mile
BIKES Club of Snohomish County
Americas Best Communities
Frontier Communications
The Weather Channel
Dish
CoBANK
American Red Cross
Cascade Valley Hospital and Clinics
City of Arlington
Town of Darrington
Snohomish County Parks
Arlington Velo Sports
Comcast Cares
Community Transit


Saturday, December 3, 2016

Centenial Trail Construction Allert Update and more news about long distance trails.

As  noted in our previous blog page announcement, a large section of the Centennial Trail is getting a major repair due to problems with trees roots buckling the pavement.

Here are some photos of the work being done on the Centennial Trail:


A view of the problem roots that are buckling the pavement.

The contractor at work digging out the problem roots.

Repairs on the Centennial Trail.

At the same time farther north, despite the rainy weather, Sonohomish County Public Works is repairing and decking the historic Railroad Bridge over Boulder River on the Whitehorse Trail.  This is the next to the last bridge repair needed as Snohomish County Parks makes rapid progress toward a complete opening of the Whitehorse Trail, possibly less than a year from now.


Snohomish County Public Works repairing the bridge over Boulder River on the Whitehorse Trail.

Centennial Coalition members recently visited another rails to trails park along the Hudson River in Poughkeepsie, NY and shared these photos: 


New York State Parks has resurrected this old railroad bridge to become Walkway over The Hudson, which, as the sign says, is the longest pedestrian bridge in the world.


The bridge is one and a quarter miles long and the walking deck is 200 feet above the river. 



 

Sunday, November 6, 2016

Construction Allert for Centennial Trail Lake Stevens to City of Snohomish


CONSTRUCTION ALERT!

Pavement Repairs on Centennial Trail – Expect Intermittent Closures




Approximate Dates of Work: October 31 to December 30
Project Description: The project will complete pavement repairs including cut and patch, crack sealing, removal of tree roots & installation of root barrier at approximately 177 locations, within approximately 8.3 miles of the Centennial Trail between the intersection of Maple and Pine Streets in the City of Snohomish and the intersection of 36th Street NE and Old Hartford Road in the City of Lake Stevens. The work will also include cut & patch repairs at two additional locations to the north of Lake Stevens, the first near 108th Street and the second near Wade Road.

Staff Contact: Dave McConnell, Snohomish County Parks & Recreation Department
Phone Number: (425) 388-6627
Email: david.mcconnell@snoco.org

Construction Company: Danneko Construction