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Updated 9/22/2022

Taylor Mountain late summer - fall of 2022
A selective tree thinning project to encourage larger more mature tree growth and enhance overall forest health will require temporary intermittent trail closures within a portion of Taylor Mountain Forest. Work is currently scheduled to begin late summer 2022 and last through fall of 2022.  Temporary trail closures will occur during weekday work hours along both Holder Ridge and Holder Knob trails, the trails will remain open on weekends.  Visitors can bypass the temporary trail closures during weekdays by using the main forest road accessed from the trailhead.  More information about King County’s Forestry Program can be found here: King County Forestry Program - King County

October 2022
Black Diamond Open Space
- The bridge crossing Ravensdale Creek in the western region of Black Diamond Open Space will be replaced and out of use for the entire month of October 2022. Starting November 1, the new bridge will be open and trail access will reopen for regular use. More information

Coalfield Park - Playfields are closed for repairs due to damage from mole hills and holes. The conditions are not safe for park users. The playfields are currently being resurfaced and reseeded with new grass. The playground and restrooms will remain open for use. 

Through mid-September 2022
Maury Island Natural Area - Parking lot repairs, part of the lot and trailhead access open during construction. More information. 

2022 - ?
Preston-Snoqualmie South Trails - Bridge 2272-2 (about 0.75 miles east of the Preston-Snoqualmie Trailhead parking lot) closed to vehicles and pedestrians. More information

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