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Jun 15, 2016
 
Jan 11, 2016
Seven organizations, including the Greenway Trust, announced the formation of the Eastside Greenway Alliance this weekend. Eastside Greenway Alliance aims to build a new way to move, connect and live on the Eastside through strong collaboration with corridor owners, stakeholders and other local partners.

Press Clips

Jun 10, 2016
The Seattle Times
Record warm weather earlier this year has lured more hikers than ever to the outdoors, contributing to a 30 percent increase in search-and-rescue missions in King County’s hiking areas.
May 28, 2016
The Seattle Times
Congress needs to treat forest fires as natural disasters and use emergency funds to fight them, not drain money from forest management.
May 26, 2016
The Daily Record
The Central Washington University Board of Trustees last week approved a trail and utility easement for a portion of the John Wayne Pioneer Trail reconnection route near Brooklane Village.
May 24, 2016
Central Washington University
The CWU Board of Trustees approved a trail and utility easement between the university and the city of Ellensburg for a portion of the John Wayne Pioneer Trail reconnection route near Brooklane Village.
May 15, 2016
Snoqualmie Valley Record
The new route, called the Cedar Falls Loop, will start service on Monday, May 23. The bus travels between downtown North Bend and Rattlesnake Lake through the summer months, with regular stops along the way on a schedule.
May 11, 2016
The Daily Record
Thirty-five years ago next month, Andy Neault and the late Chic Hollenbeck mounted their horses in Easton and set off down a trail on the way to making history.
May 08, 2016
Living Snoqualmie
Now what the State and local North Bend residents are battling during sunny spring and summer weekends is crowds – and the stark realization that the number of hikers vastly outnumbers the available parking near popular trailheads like Mount Si, Little Si, Teneriffe, Rattlesnake, etc.
May 04, 2016
Living Snoqualmie
The big, longterm project aims to connect the Snoqualmie River – including the south shore and north shore areas of Meadowbrook, Boarst Lake, Snoqualmie Falls, Kimball Creek, Sandy Cove, and the historic downtown core – with miles of trails, bridges, boardwalks and viewpoints.
Apr 26, 2016
SnoValley Star
There will be no expanding or adding to Truck Town, per a decision made April 19 by the North Bend City Council to make the city’s interim regulations on growth permanent.
Apr 20, 2016
SnoValley Star
It’s no surprise the Mount Si area is a popular hiking destination, but for North Bend residents, safety has become an issue.
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