Meeting On Silver Lake Loop Trail Improvements Thursday

August 3, 2022

Everett, Everett Government

If you’re interested in what will be happening over the next year in and around Silver Lake in south Everett then you’ll want to attend this meeting Thursday August 4th.

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Project update community meeting

Virtual community meeting for project updates for planned improvements at Thornton A. Sullivan Park and progress toward the Silver Lake Loop Trail Project:

  • Thursday, Aug. 4, 4:30-5:30 p.m., on Microsoft Teams
  • Join the meeting online or call 425-616-3920, conference ID 378 367 377#

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The purpose of the Silver Lake trail project is to improve recreational opportunities and pathways around Silver Lake so people of all abilities can safely enjoy it by creating an accessible, connected recreational route all around the lake. This project will provide a continuous hard-surfaced, multi-use trail around Silver Lake that provides accessibility to all Everett community members.

Proposed scope of work

Much of the Silver Lake perimeter already features hard-surfaced trails. This project will create new sections of trails and improve existing sections to provide a continuous hard-surfaced, multi-use, accessible trail around Silver Lake. Project elements will include:

  • Trail alignment around the perimeter of Silver Lake
  • Address stormwater issues within Thornton A. Sullivan Park
  • Address erosion issues within Thornton A. Sullivan Park
  • Provide ADA accessibility
  • Provide as much public access adjacent to the lake shoreline as possible

Proposed timeline

  • Public outreach and input: starting November 2020 – spring 2021
  • Construction: fall 2022 – spring 2023
  • Construction phase II (additional trail improvements): completion spring of 2023

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