Dec. 20: Shape the Future of Trails in Seattle
The Seattle Parks and Recreation Department invites hikers and other Seattle residents to attend a public meeting next Tuesday to discuss the city's plan for soft surface trails.
The Seattle Parks and Recreation Department invites hikers and other Seattle residents to attend a public meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 20 to discuss the city's plan for soft surface trails.
The Parks and Recreation Department will present the Soft Surface Trails Plan for public input. This document will provide recommendations for trail maintenance standards, the process to determine new trails and overall guidance for the city's trail system. It will also provide an outline for future funding opportunities.
A soft surface trail is a non-paved trail. Just a few of the trails that could be impacted by the trails plan include:
- Carkeek Park
- Cowen and Ravenna Parks
- Washington Park Arboretum
- Foster and Marsh Island
- Duwamish Trail
- Seward Park
RSVP to attend the meeting:
Participating in every phase of the trails planning process is crucial to ensuring a strong future for urban trails that are accessible to all Seattle residents. WTA encourages Seattle-area hikers to attend:
Dec. 20, 2016 at 6 p.m.
Jefferson Horticulture Bldg.
1600 South Dakota St.
Seattle, WA 98108