Overview of sections of Appleway Trail already completed, and anticipated dates for construction of additional sections.
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Community workshops were held on March 11, 2013 and May 23, 2013 to introduce the proposed project and gather input and ideas from community members on how they might use the trail and what types of amenities and features they would like to include as the trail is developed. On March 27, 2013, a preliminary layout was presented as part of the Parks & Recreation Department's Open House, which provided an additional opportunity for community feedback. Input received has contributed to a design concept that reflects the community, local history, and is uniquely Spokane Valley.
Another community meeting was held on October 19, 2016 to share information and get input from the community on the segment of the trail between Sullivan and Corbin. Construction on this segment is expected to begin in Spring of 2017, and will include a 12-foot wide meandering trail with lighting, landscaping, and park amenities. Construction will also include the addition of crosswalks where the trail meets Sullivan, Conklin, Steen, Flora, Tschirley, and Sprague/Corbin.
Appleway Trail between Sullivan and Corbin - Construction Spring 2017
Appleway Trail between Pines and Evergreen - Construction 2017
Appleway Trail Balfour Park to University - Anticipated construction 2019
Appleway Trail between Evergreen and Sullivan - Anticipated construction 2020.
Listing files in 'Appleway Trail'
Aerial locator photo map - uploaded on 11/3/2015 4:53 PM
Appleway Trail Conceptual Design Report - uploaded on 11/3/2015 4:53 PM
Project Map - uploaded on 11/3/2015 4:53 PM
Project Summary - uploaded on 11/3/2015 4:53 PM
*Times are adjusted to the local time of the organization (GMT -5)
Our thanks to Spokane County (owners of the former Milwaukie Railroad right of way corridor), for the interlocal agreement with the City of Spokane Valley under which the Appleway Trail can be developed while preserving the ability to accommodate future alternative transportation uses should the need arise. We are especially grateful to the Spokane Valley community for their participation, SvR Design Company, and the design team.
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