Freeland Trail ribbon cutting set for Nov. 29

  • Saturday, November 25, 2017 6:00am
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Island County will host a ribbon cutting ceremony for the opening of Freeland Trail, Segment 1 Project, at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 29, at the corner of Fish Road and State Highway 525, Freeland.

The segment of the trail encompasses 0.53 miles from Highway 525 and Cameron Road in Freeland, to Highway 525 and Fish Road. The new section of trail is a 10-foot wide, non-motorized multi-use asphalt trail with grass shoulders for the enjoyment of equestrians, bicyclists, walkers, wheelchairs and strollers.

Island County Commissioner Helen Price Johnson will be present along with representatives from the different trail user groups, stakeholders and trail contributors who plan on attending the ceremony.

C. Johnson Construction, the local contractor that constructed the trail, will be present.

Parking will be available at the Freeland Park and Ride at the Trinity Lutheran Church and at the gravel parking lot of Bubba Burger.

• For information, contact project manager Catherine Kelley at Island County Public Works at 360-678-7965.

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