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Current closures and alerts

Updated 5/22/2023

West Sammamish River Trail – King County Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD) is repairing recycled water pipes on the side of the gravel West Sammamish River Trail. This gravel path will be closed starting May 8, 2023, for up to four weeks. During construction, please use the paved Sammamish River Trail on the east side of the river. Questions about this project? Contact WTD Community Services: 206-296-7432.

Northshore Athletic Fields - The Northshore Athletic Fields parking lot will be closed for regrading May 22-24, 2023, from 5:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. daily. The parking lot will reopen by 3 p.m. for evening games and practices. 

​Dick Thurnau Memorial Park - Pavement repairs are taking place throughout Dick Thurnau Memorial Park from May 1-31, 2023. Repairs include filling in cracks, laying new asphalt as needed, replacing the water fountain in the gazebo area, and installing root barriers to improve long-term conditions of the walking trails. The park will remain open with temporary detours in select areas of the walking trails as work takes place. Please follow all detour signage and any instructions from the crew. 

Petrovitsky Playfields - Playfields 1 and 2 will be closed for improvements May 1 – June 30, 2023. The two adjacent playfields will be resurfaced with new and improved turf, and connected into one, large field. These improvements will include repainting lines for multiple sports, including the existing youth, junior, and adult soccer, and now cricket.  If you would like to reserve the field once it reopens, please contact the King County Parks Regional Scheduling Office, or (206) 477-6150.  

11/28/22 - 5/26/23
Interurban Trail - Portions of trail between 3rd AVE SW and 5th AVE NW in Algona/Pacific closed for trail improvements. Read more.

East Lake Sammamish Trail - A 3.6-mile section of the East Lake Sammamish Trail (ELST) is closed for final construction, between SE 33rd Street and Inglewood Hill Road. The project's first phase, between SE 33rd Street and the Mint Grove community driveway (1215 E. Lake Sammamish Shore Lane SE) will be completed and reopened this spring. The second phase, from the Mint Grove community driveway to Inglewood Hill Road, will be completed and reopened in December 2023. More information

Moss Lake Natural Area - There are difficult road conditions along NE Moss Lake Road from E. Lake Joy Drive to the Moss Lake Trailhead. 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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