Snohomish County is in the early stages of the Lake Stickney Pedestrian Improvements project. A feasibility study of pedestrian facilities in the Lake Stickney area has been completed to serve schools, local parks, and the community. The study outlines each alternative, including cost estimates for each alternative, and provides related considerations.
Snohomish County Public Works has completed the feasibility study for the project. Design is scheduled to begin in 2019. The construction schedule is dependent on funding availability (see below).
This project has been granted $1,216,250 by Washington State Department of Ecology (WSDOE) to be used to construct Low Impact Development (LID) improvements. The county is in the process of identifying additional funds for this project, such as the Safe Routes to School program. To learn more about the WSDOE grant, see the press release.