Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Snohomish County Online Open House

Snohomish County Online Open House

Provide Your Comments Through Sunday, Oct. 27

Snohomish County is seeking public feedback through a month-long online open house regarding the use of sidewalks, bike lanes and trails within the unincorporated county. We are reaching out to you because you signed up to receive information on a Snohomish County Public Works pedestrian, bike lane or trail project through one of our project web pages.

As you know, there are great benefits to being able to reach a destination by walking, running or biking – sometimes called active transportation We have created the Snohomish County Pathways for Active Transportation program to improve residents’ access to these paths and their connectivity by developing a county-wide vision and a plan to make that vision a reality.

The online open house will be live through Sunday, Oct. 27 in order to gather public feedback from residents on the county’s specific active transportation needs, barriers and use.

To have your voice heard, please visit www.snocopath.participate.online
For more information on the Pathways for Active Transportation project, visit www.snohomishcountywa.gov/path

Friday, July 12, 2019

Progress on new surface for the Whitehorse Trail

A few views of the new work on The Whitehorse Trail shared by Snohomish County Parks.  Views between C-Post Road and Fortson Pond.  We will see you along the new trail before long.

Machias Road Crossing Centennial Trail new design

Attached is a link to the Snohomish County Roads  project at Machias – Machias Cutoff that will provide traffic signals and improve line of sight at that intersection of the Centennial Trail.