Inglewood Hill Parking Access and Restroom Facilities
Location: Located just north of Inglewood Hill Road, off of East Lake Sammamish Parkway
Redevelopment includes space for up to 27 vehicles, including ADA accessible spaces, a restroom facility, covered bicycle parking, and a pedestrian/bicycle ramp to access the trail.
Funding for this segment is provided by the voter-approved 2014-2019 Parks, Trails, and Open Space Replacement Levy.
Project Update: King County Parks submitted an application for the Clearing and Grading Permit to the City of Sammamish on November 29, 2018, for Phase 1. This includes construction of a 12-foot-wide paved surface with two-foot gravel shoulders on each side. This trail segment is approximately 480-feet long and includes construction of a 425-foot-long retaining wall. The Shoreline Substantial Development Permit was issued by the City of Sammamish Hearing Examiner on February 5, 2018.
Funding for Phase I was provided by the voter-approved 2014-2019 Parks, Trails, and Open Space Replacement Levy.
- Sight Distance Triangle Memorandum (March 2014)
- Stop Sign Usage (July 2013)
- Vegetation Management Plan Update (July 2014)
- Readers Guide to Understanding the Design Plans (April 2014)
- How the trail alignment is developed (Jan 2015)
- Landscaping the trail corridor (Jan 2015)
- Understanding Retaining Walls (July 2014)
- Revised 90% Design Plans (March 2019)
- Revised 60% Design Plans (July 2017)
- Revised Tree Preservation Plan (July 2017)
- 60% Design Plans (Dec 2016)
Phase I construction is expected to begin in summer 2019. This includes construction of a 12-foot-wide paved surface with two-foot gravel shoulders on each side. This trail segment is approximately 480-feet long and includes construction of a 425-foot-long retaining wall. During construction, weekly updates will be posted to the project website.
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