DNR would like to thank the 120 or so people who attended our open house last night to kick off the recreation planning process for the Snoqualmie corridor. It was a great turnout, considering we had to cancel the original January 18 date when winter weather prevailed.
A lot of people from the neighboring communities of North Bend and Snoqualmie attended, with a nearly equal showing of folks who made the drive up to Snoqualmie from the Seattle metropolitan area.
The purpose of the open house was to introduce the public to the planning area and talk about why DNR is conducting this comprehensive recreation planning effort. Also, we wanted to hear about what matters to you in this wildly popular landscape that includes Tiger Mountain, Mount Si, Rattlesnake Ridge, Middle Fork Snoqualmie, Raging River, and other lands managed by DNR.
Thanks to those of you who stopped by our listening stations and provided your valuable insight and comments. We will post the transcribed comments on the Snoqualmie Corridor web page later next week.
If you weren’t able to make it to the open house for the Snoqualmie corridor recreation planning effort, here are some ways you can stay up to date or get more involved:
- Download our fact sheet.
- View the presentation/slide show.
- Sign up to receive regular email updates.
- Consider applying to be in the 12-member, citizen-based recreation planning committee.
- Visit our Snoqualmie Corridor Recreation Plan web page.
- Keep in touch – email@example.com
Later this spring, we’ll also post an online survey to capture more of your feedback about recreation planning in the Snoqualmie corridor. Stay tuned!
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