Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Thank You Keta Legacy Foundation for grant to Snohomish County Parks

Thank You to the Keta Legacy Foundation for the $16,875 grant the Trail Coalition of Snohomish County to fund a substantial Contribution to Snohomish County Parks Trail Maintenance.

The Trail Coalition of Snohomish County was able to facilitate this generous donation to the Trail Maintenance program at Snohomish County Parks because our status as a 501c3 non profit organization.  This funding will allow Parks to pay for the purchase of major equipment that will be used in ongoing repair needs on the Centennial Trail and other future predictable repair needs such as where tree roots grow under asphalt sections of trail.  Besides the Centennial Trail, the recent paving on sections of the Whitehorse Trail could have eventual similar problems.  County Parks reports that most of this equipment has been purchased.

The specific equipment includes 

  • 2-gun Line Striper/Curb PainterMarking lines, parking space, ADA spaces, etc. ($6,500)
  • Asphalt Crack Melter + Applicator for Applying hot filler to cracks in asphalt ($970)
  • Scarifier/GrinderGrinding raised spots in asphalt and concrete (from root damage) ($3,499)
  • Heat LanceFor cleaning and drying cracks in asphalt prior to crack filling ($3,499)
  • Pneumatic JackhammerBreaking up larger sections of asphalt, concrete for repair or removal ($1,276) 
  • Walk-Behind Concrete SawCutting precise sections of asphalt for repair ($2,276)
  • 6 x 12 Victory Single Axle  6 foot wide trailer  to transport equipment and supplies for trail repair.    ($4,139) 
  • TOTAL$22,159 



Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Opportunities to Comment on Transportation and Trail Planning


  • If you have ideas you would like to see developed or want to learn more about trails and active transportation planning for the Western Washintion area here are two oportunities to learn and have input.  Bellow you will find copies of two fliers, one from Leafline Trails Coalition asking for participation in Regional Trail connections that will help establish a long distance opportunity for non-motorized transportation, and the second outreach copied below is from Washington State Department of Transportation with webinars and comment opportunities for their continuing development of safe and available Active Transportation infrastructure.

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Centennial Trail users, use caution on trail section near Arlington cemetery

 June 23, 2020
Centennial Trail users, use caution on trail section near Arlington cemetery, at the Gayteway Business Park construction, there is a trail detour at the construction area for approximately 2 weeks.