Burke Gilman Trail repair at Wayne Golf Course through July 26

Trail users should expect traffic control and occasional short delays as during the construction period.

  • Tuesday, July 23, 2019 1:30pm
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There will be asphalt repair on the Burke Gilman Trail next to the former Wayne Golf Course in Bothell. The work will be taking place through July 26, as the weather permits. The duration of work is expected to take five days.

Trail users should expect traffic control and occasional short delays as during the construction period. To ensure safety, trail cyclists could be asked to dismount their bikes and walk around the construction.

For questions and concerns call 206-477-4527 or email parksinfo@kingcounty.gov.

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