Help plan for the future of recreation in the Snoqualmie corridor at an open house Jan. 18


Map of the Snoqualmie Corridor Recreation planning area.
Map of the Snoqualmie Corridor Recreation planning area. Click on the map for a larger version.

Do you like to spend time in the hills, valleys, lakes, and streams along the Snoqualmie corridor? Did you know that DNR manages 53,000 acres of state trust lands and natural areas in the corridor? These lands include Mount Si, Tiger Mountain, Rattlesnake Mountain, Middle Fork Snoqualmie, and Raging River.

Would you like to play a role in developing a long-range vision for recreation on DNR-managed lands along the Snoqualmie corridor?

DNR is hosting an open house from 7 to 9 p.m., January 18, at the Snoqualmie Middle School, 9200 Railroad Ave. SE, Snoqualmie. You’ll have the opportunity to share your ideas about recreation in the area and learn why DNR is working with citizens, recreation groups, and other partners to develop a comprehensive recreation management plan for the area.

The public is an integral part of this planning process—we value your perspective. This open house is one of many ways to get involved.

If you can’t make the meeting, you can still be ‘in the know’ about the planning process. Sign up to get electronic updates delivered to your inbox. (Include the word “Subscribe” in the subject line.)

Look for an online survey soon!

For more information, contact Doug McClelland, 206-920-5907.

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