Thanks for speaking up; Snoqualmie Corridor survey respondents’ voices heard

Woman hiking on Tiger Mountain
Hiking is just one of the activities people reported participating in, in the Snoqualmie Corridor recreation survey . Photo: ~C4Chaos/Flickr

In the Snoqualmie Corridor, east of Seattle, a citizen-based planning committee asked for your input through a survey on recreation in the Snoqualmie Corridor …and you answered. Over 2,560 people made their voices heard by filling out an online survey about their recreational activities, and the results are now available online.

How will the results be used?
The survey results will help the planning committee make draft recommendations to the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) on a recreation plan for the Snoqualmie Corridor. The planning committee will use this information along with other public input and the background information they received on biological, geological, and soil considerations to make recommendations to DNR on how recreation should be managed in the corridor.

DNR will use these recommendations as it develops a comprehensive recreation plan that will guide how recreation is managed for the next 10 to 15 years. The draft plan will be available for public comment during the State Environmental Policy Act (SEPA) review in the summer of 2013.

It’s not too late to add your comments to the process. Send your comments to snoqualmiecorridorrecplan@dnr.wa.gov.

Want to learn more? Visit the links below for more information:

Thank you to all who participated in the survey. Your voice was heard!

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