Online survey to gauge Centennial Trail uses by community

ARLINGTON — With the recent completion of Centennial Trail's 1.2-mile gap between 172nd and 152nd streets along 67th Avenue NE, the Snohomish County Parks Department is now seeking input on its trail plan through an online survey.

"This short survey is an important tool for learning about how people use the trails in Snohomish County," said Tom Teigen, parks director for the county. "The information gathered by the survey will help the Parks Department plan future improvements and develop other funding sources for future trail connections to other parts of the community."

The goals of the survey are to develop a trail-user profile, look for ways to improve safety, discover specific ways people use the trail and determine how Centennial Trail benefits the communities it serves.

The link to the online trail user survey is and will be available through the end of December. Community members and community organizations that use the Centennial, Interurban and other trails in Snohomish County are encouraged to respond.

For more information on the county's parks system, log onto

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