Washington State Parks is inviting the public to in-person open house to learn more about plans for day-use facilities and trails at Nisqually State Park. The meeting is from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. March 3 at the Eatonville Community Center, 305 Center St. W., Eatonville.
State Parks planners are seeking public input about design alternatives for day-use improvements at Nisqually State Park.
The proposed project would construct a “village center” and the first phase of the park’s trail system. The public will have a chance to provide input on two design alternatives, and the input will be used to inform the development of a preferred alternative plan for day-use facilities and trails. Planners will also update the public on the status of other park improvements including the park entrance, campground and access to the Nisqually River.
To enter the building, the public must not exhibit symptoms of COVID-19 and will be required to comply with current state law around personal protective equipment.
For more information, contact project manager Brian Yearout, email@example.com, or visit the park’s updated planning page, https://bit.ly/3J304Jp.
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