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.

Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Section of Centennial Trail Closed between Hilltop Road and Wade Road

Snohomish County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism has been monitoring a sinkhole on the Centennial Trail near Arlington between Hilltop Road and Wade Road over the past year or so. Apparently this past weekend’s heavy rainfall has caused additional erosion of the sinkhole making the trail unsafe so we had to close that section of the Centennial Trail.

At Hilltop Road and Wade Road there will be construction fencing and signage indicating the trail is closed ahead with no detour. 

This trail section is just south of the Amar Road Trailhead.

“Approximately one (1) mile of the Centennial  Trail is closed for all public access between Hilltop Road and Wade Road effective June 18, 2020 due to a sinkhole and pending construction. There will be no detour provided.”