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Seattle Parks needs your input on the future of trails

Seattle Parks and Recreation seeks input from trail enthusiasts on how to preserve and develop Seattle Parks and Recreation soft surface walking and hiking paths. In April, Parks hosted two public meetings to gather input on park trails, and now asks the public to take the short survey located at and provide us with additional information.

Trails and related activities rank high on the list of activities that Seattleites enjoy, and the public survey will provide essential direction in how Parks protects and improves these assets. 

Seattle Parks and Recreation is using its trails inventory not only to plan work for the next five years, but to create an opportunity to work with stakeholders, citizens, and community organizations to develop partnerships and a longer term vision for our trail system through 2020 and beyond.

For more information on Seattle Parks and Recreation Trail system, please visit: or contact Chukundi Salisbury, Trails Program Coordinator, Seattle Parks and Recreation, 1600 South Dakota Street, Seattle, WA 98108, 206-684-4122, or email: