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King County to share information on design of a paved trail

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Release Date: Feb. 25, 2014

Along the East Lake Sammamish Trail, the distance between Inglewood Hill Road and SE 43rd Way is 4.8 miles. Today, it's a gravel surface. But starting in the spring of 2015, King County hopes to lay down pavement and make other significant improvements. To share information and obtain comments from the public about the design of the South Sammamish segment and construction of the North Sammamish segment, King County will be holding four open houses in March, with each focusing on a specific section of the project. All meetings will be from 5 to 7 p.m.

City Public Works staff will also be in attendance at each of the meetings to assist with your questions.

  • March 12 - Pine Lake Middle School, 3200 228th Ave. SE - Trail section: SE 43rd Way to SE 33rd Street.
  • March 13 - Rachel Carson Elementary School, 1035 244th Ave. NE - Trail section: SE 33rd Street to 1200 East Lake Sammamish Shore Lane SE
  • March 18 - Margaret Mead Elementary School, 1725 216th Ave. NE - Trail section: 1200 East Lake Sammamish Shore Lane SE to 130 East Lake Sammamish Shore Lane NE
  • March 19 - Pine Lake Middle School, 3200 228th Ave. SE - Trail section: 130 East Lake Sammamish Shore Lane NE to Inglewood Hill Road.

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