Fall City Metropolitan Park District

West Side Trail

The Fall City Parks District submitted an application for a grant from the WSDOT for the design of a multi-use path within the State right-of-way of SR 202 that connects downtown Fall City with neighborhoods west of town. The purpose of the project is to increase public safety, community connectivity, and recreational opportunities.

Click here for a copy of the grant application.

The WSDOT Highways & Local Programs Community Design Assistance Manager requested that Commissioner Harris join a panel discussion at both the Washington APA Planning Law Conference (5-15-13) and Revitalize Washington Conference (5-16-13) to share his "local agency experience" of coordinating with WSDOT to develop a trail project. His presentation about the concept of a "SR 202 or West Side Trail Project" was assembled from information that had been previously discussed with Board members and shared with the community at public meetings.

Click here for the slides of the presentation that was made at each conference.

Click here for the slides of the presentation that was made at each conference

Enjoy one of the many parks that are in the District
 
* Fall City Community Park
* Olive Taylor Quigley Park
* Snoqualmie Valley Regional Trail
* Preston Snoqualmie Valley Trail
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Fall City Metropolitan Park District
PO Box 1180    Fall City, WA 98024
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