Lord Hill Regional Park Preferred Plan Update
- Springboard single track trail re-route completed by the Everett Mountaineers.
- Wayne’s World trail re-route completed by the Snohomish County Trails to Success program. Re-opened as a hiking only trail to prevent additional Critical Area degradation.
- Pilchuck Audubon Society performed and published the results of the Lord Hill Regional Park Bird Blitz. Parks is currently working on adding results to project map.
- Washington Native Plant Society completed plant surveys and has submitted spreadsheet results to Parks Staff for mapping.
- Equestrian by-pass to the Beaver Trail has been constructed by Friends of Lord Hill Park and opened 2017.
Tester Road entrance, log yard and southern trails temporarily secured. Parks installed permanent gates and fencing in 2019.
- All acquisitions, plans and site developments are subject to funding availability and subject to Snohomish County Executive and County Council approval.
- 1983 Lord Hill Master Plan
- 1988 Lord Hill Regional Park Master Plan
- 1996 Supplemental Master Plan for Lord Hill Regional Park
- Site and Management Plan Background
- Addressing Public Concerns and Project Timeline
- Pilchuck Audubon Bird Blitz Results June 2017
- Washington Native Plant Society Plant Survey Results August 2017
- Washington Native Plant Society Plant Survey Results October 2017
- January 6, 2017 Agenda
- Lord Hill Study Group Input - January 2017
- April 21, 2017 Agenda
- July 21, 2017 Meeting Materials
- March 8, 2018 Agenda
- March 8, 2018 Meeting Materials
- September 20, 2018 Agenda
- September 20, 2018 Meeting Materials
- April 5, 2019 Agenda
- April 5, 2019 Meeting Materials