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Cheasty Mountain Bike/Pedestrian Trail Pilot Project
Project Information

 

Location: Cheasty Greenspace


Project Status

September 2014
This is a first time, pilot mountain bike project for Seattle Parks. The CHEASTY Project Advisory Teams (PAT) have been selected.

Members of the CHEASTY PAT are:

Connie Bown
Weston Brinkley
Melanie Coerver
Kathy Columbo
David Couture
Edward Ewing
Darrell Howe
Curtis LaPierre
Tom Linde
Dan Moore
Phillip Thompson
Sara Welch

Seattle Parks is conducting two walking tours of the Cheasty Greenspace in preparation for the upcoming Project Advisory Team kick-off meeting. Tour dates are Wednesday, September 24 and Saturday, September 27. Both tours run from 10 - 11 a.m. and will begin at the Cheasty Service Yard entrance. Tours are open to the public. Cheasty Service Yard entrance can be located from Beacon Ave. S, travel east on Cheasty Blvd. S for about 500 feet maintenance facility is on the right.

The first public meeting for this pilot project was held Tuesday, March 25. Attendees provided feedback to Parks staff and had questions answered. See below.


LOCATION
Cheasty Greenspace
BUDGET
The project will be completed through volunteer efforts with some assistance of Seattle Parks staff.

Project Description

The pilot project will be implemented by volunteers with some assistance of Seattle Parks staff.

The project will provide a soft surface mountain bike and pedestrian trail at Cheasty.

The goal is to provide a mountain bike and walking experience for users of all ages and abilities to complement the existing natural area.



Community Participation

Project Advisory Team application closed August 29, 2014.

Public Meeting 3/25/14


Park Board Meetings About Bicycle Use


Meeting 1/9/14

Meeting 11/14/13

Meeting 10/10/13


Important Links


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Updated September 22, 2014

Events

Public Walking Tours
Wednesday, September 24 &
Saturday, September 27
Both tours: 10 11 a.m.
At Cheasty Service Yard entrance
Cheasty Service Yard entrance can be located from Beacon Ave. S, travel east on Cheasty Blvd. S for about 500 feet maintenance facility is on the right.

Cheasty PAT Kick Off Meeting
Thursday, October 2, 2014
5:30 8:30 p.m.
Rainier Community Center
4600 38th Ave S, 98118

For More Information

Doug Critchfield
Natural Resources Manager
206-684-4108
doug.critchfield@seattle.gov

Fact Sheet/FAQ
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