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  1. 2017 Pavement Repairs at Centennial Trail Between City of Snohomish and Machias Trailhead - Sealcoating Delayed to June 2018

    September 5, 2017 - June 30, 2018 @ Centennial Trail

    Pavement preservation work on the Centennial Trail scheduled between September 6th and June 30, 2017. Sealcoating has been delayed until June 2018. Work includes pavement repairs and seal coating. During pavement repairs, public access to sections of the trail will be temporarily restricted. Trail users should plan on using alternate routes during these dates and or use a different trail or park. Snohomish County Parks Department has awarded a contract to Superior Asphalt, Inc. of Burien, Washington for pavement rehabilitation at multiple sites including the Centennial Trail and other locations for pavement rehabilitation of parking areas and trails. Should you have any questions or concerns regarding the closures, please contact Associate Park Planner Dave McConnell at (425) 388-6627 or Construction Supervisor Bruno DeSimone at (206) 246-3237.

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  2. Holiday Trees for Salmon

    December 6, 2017, 10:00 AM - December 24, 2017, 3:00 PM @ McCollum Pioneer Park

    The holiday season is upon us and the Adopt A Stream Foundation is selling "Live & Wild" Holiday Trees for Salmon at the Northwest Stream Center at Snohomish County's McCollum Park. During December, you can also enjoy free admission to the beautiful 20-acre forest and wetland complex at the Northwest Stream Center enjoying a 1/2-mile stroll past a Trout Stream Exhibit onto an Elevated Nature Trail that is just shy of 3-feet above the forest floor and surrounding wetlands...its a beautiful place to be and universally accessible. "There will be a great selection of live 3 to 5 foot high ($40 to $60) Sitka Spruce, Western Red Cedar, and Douglas Fir trees that are in pots," says Adopt A Stream Foundation Director Tom Murdoch. "After the holidays, all trees returned to the Northwest Stream Center will be planted next to local streams helping out next year's salmon runs." Everyone who purchases a tree will receive an annual Adopt A Stream Foundation membership as a holiday gift.

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