We want your feedback on Green to Cedar Rivers Trail options!
Regional trails, like the Burke-Gilman Trail and the Green River Trail, connect people to nature, recreation, healthier lifestyles, and ways to move around our region.
Like the Green to Cedar Rivers Trail, many regional trails are built upon old railroad corridors acquired by King County to preserve the right-of-way for public use.
In order to make it a safe and accessible trail for visitors of all ages and abilities, King County Parks is developing the Green to Cedar Rivers Trail to nationally-recognized regional trail standards, starting with the three-mile-long north segment that extends from the Cedar River Trail to SE Kent Kangley Road
Click here to learn more about the Green to Cedar Rivers Trail.
King County Parks has a reached an important project milestone in the development of the north segment and would like your feedback on the two trail design options.
Click here to provide your feedback.
This survey will close May 11, 2017.
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