On Friday Skagit County Parks and Recreation took delivery (above) of a brand new Canycom power carrier. It was bought for our use on the upcoming trails project. The first volunteer trail building session is scheduled for this Spring.
We are working to finish the trails plan, as Skagit County is hard at work on their comprehensive plan. Like at Little Mountain Park, now almost a decade ago, for those trails to happen “first” the public had to show support for them. That made the trails project a priority, and secured funding.
We need your help, please VOTE for local trails. Completing the County’s Comprehensive Plan survey, expressing support for parks and trails, is how we make them a priority.
Please tell your friends and family, this is an important opportunity and happens only ever six years – explained here.