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Posted on: November 9, 2022

Take Online Survey: Help Shape Final Design for Centennial Trail Improvements

CENTENNIAL TRAIL WITH QR CODE

The City of Snoqualmie has been working with stakeholders to finalize design direction of the Town Center Phase 3: Centennial Trail Improvements Project, which will redesign and enhance the trail between the Snoqualmie River bridge (near the Falls) and downtown Snoqualmie, creating a continuous shared path for pedestrians and bicyclists. 

Over the past few months, a Town Center Phase 3 Advisory Committee - including representatives from the Snoqualmie Tribe, environmental organizations, and local business owners - met and defined project goals, design considerations, amenity preferences, and set the preferred design direction.

Now we are asking for the public’s help to shape the trail’s final design. 

An open house was conducted at Snoqualmie City Hall Council Chambers on Nov. 16, 2022, to gather input on the committee’s preferred design direction for Centennial Trail Improvements - and provide input on the design options moving forward. 

If you missed the open house, you can still share your feedback via an online survey.  You can also stop by City Hall Main Floor Lobby to view posters of the design component options before taking the survey.  City Hall is open Tuesday - Thursday, from 10am to 2pm, for those who wish to view the options in person. 

For more information visit the Town Center Phase 3 Centennial Trail Improvements Project page.

See design direction options and share feedback via the online survey

Centennial Trail Improvements

 Town Center Phase 3: Centennial Trail Improvements Project Location

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