County to dedicate the art sculpture and plaza on the Centennial Trail
Saturday, Nov. 5, 9 a.m.
North side of Haller Trestle from Haller Park, 1100 West Ave., Arlington.
Please join Snohomish County Executive Aaron Reardon, elected officials, the Snohomish County Arts Commission and the Snohomish County Trail Coalition in dedicating the plaza and "Resilience", the art sculpture arch created by local artist Joe Powers on the Centennial Trail.
We want to hear from you!
Centennial Trail user survey
Nearly 400 people have responded to the Centennial Trail user online survey. Thank you!
Now we need to hear from more of the users who occasionally use the trail. Also, if you never use the trail, let us know why and if there is something we can do differently to make the trail system more appealing. Click here to access the survey.
Parks & Recreation Comprehensive Plan Update
To help guide parks activities during the next six years, please take a few moments to participate in an online survey or mail written comments about your recreation priorities to email@example.com.
Public/private opportunities with parks
Snohomish County is seeking proposals featuring entrepreneurial ventures to help support
Snohomish County's parks, trails, facilities, programs and events through public/private ventures. The Department is also seeking partnerships with interested organizations to design, construct and operate a multi-use public shooting range.
Submit proposals (RFP 16-11) accessed through the Snohomish County Purchasing Division (click here).
Find more information at www.snocoparks.org or contact Marc Krandel at 425-388-6621.