Tell the forest service what roads matter to you!
The Forest Service is holding their final public meeting for the Sustainable Roads Project in Everett on November 13 (rescheduled due to government shutdown earlier in October). This series of public meetings have been scheduled to help the forest service identify a road system within budget for safe travel, use, administration and resource protection. In simpler terms, the forest service can only afford to maintain about a quarter of the 2500 miles of roads that crisscross our forests. They need public input to help make future decisions about road projects such as upgrades, closures, decomissioning and road to trail conversions. This is your chance to provide feedback on what roads are important to you and why. Mt.Baker-Snoqualmie FS staff and local recreation and conservation leaders will be on hand to answer your questions.
Meeting will be from 5:30- 8pm at Everett Community College, Jackson Conference Center, 2000 Tower Street, Everett, WA 98201
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