Centennial Trail Extension
First developed during Washington state’s hundred-year anniversary, the Centennial Trail is a 30-mile multi-purpose network that follows a former rail corridor through Snohomish County. The trail is a convenient alternative to driving and is popular recreationally for pedestrians, bicyclists, hikers, and equestrians.
Otak’s integrated specialists led the public and County through a thorough master planning process and both designed and managed the construction of the new trail. Features include arrival landmarks with wayfinding and historic interpretation opportunities, gardens, picnic sites, and a large market plaza near the library.
The 12-foot-wide asphalt trail includes parking facilities, frontage improvements at street crossings, four acres of landscaping, park signage, and related park amenities.
Client: City of Snohomish
Date completed 2012
Project Manager/Reviewer: Nico Vanderhorst
Otak Contract Amount/Total Project Cost: $256k/$877k
Type: Planning & design, transportation, water resources, construction management & inspection, surveying & mapping