Heybrook Ridge

Project Contact

Emily Griffith, Senior Park Planner

6705 Puget Park Drive

Snohomish, WA 98296

Email Emily Griffith

(425) 388-6620


Project Description

Snohomish County Parks and Recreation is working closely with the 'Friends of Heybrook Ridge' to develop and maintain this 143-acre property. In accordance with Protective Covenants set forth in the property purchase and sales agreement, the park will be developed for the purposes of forest protection, environmental education and passive recreation.



Elevation map of Heybrook ridge
  1. Project Updates
  2. Background
  3. Previously Completed Work

Updated 12/10/21

  • Parks is beginning work on Phase 2 of site development, which is focused on lower accessible trail development and a trail connection to the 10-acre park parcel that is southwest of the main park property, referred to as the “Annex”.
  • Critical Areas Study is being completed
  • The cultural resources draft report has been completed, an addendum will be needed
  • On-call consultant creating design drawings cost estimate, and scope for an eventual formal bid
  • Formal review of pre-application with PDS completed
  • Environmental Assessment under review with RCO and National Park Service
  • Schedule design review meeting with consultant and Friends of Heybrook Ridge board

What's Next

  • Complete Phase 2 trail design
  • Work with Purchasing to revise scope and rebid contract with Washington Trails Association (WTA) for trail maintenance and installation
  • Develop scope of work including technical specifications and project cost estimate for trail connection to annex using small works roster process
  • Structural assessment of lookout memory shelter at top of Heybrook Ridge to be completed by Timber Framer’s Guild Structural Engineer
  • Submit permit applications to PDS
  • Hire a consultant for geotechnical report

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