King County Parks PLUS

King County Parks

Open Issues: 4 Closed Issues: 204 Acknowledged Issues: 17
  • FencingAcknowledged
    8106 Ne 138th St Kirkland, WA 98034, USA - Inglewood-Finn Hill
    Jagged fence wire along third-base line on BFH Field 1
  • FencingAcknowledged
    14004 81st Ave Ne Kirkland, WA 98034, USA - Inglewood-Finn Hill
    Jagged fence wire along the first baseline BFH Field 1
  • Gravel Pit Trail Vashon, WA 98070, USA - Vashon
    fencing is missing top rail again
  • FencingAcknowledged
    Wa-520 Redmond, WA 98052, USA - King County
    Split rail fencing broken
  • LandscapingAcknowledged
    14003 81st Ave Ne Kirkland, WA 98034, USA - Inglewood-Finn Hill
    Mole hills and holes BFH 1
  • 21327 Renton-Maple Valley Road Maple Valley Washington - Hobart
    Someone attempted to burn the upper part of the Cedar River Trail sign.
  • Sign DownAcknowledged
    8106 Ne 138th St Kirkland 98034, United States - Inglewood-Finn Hill
    Sign post 23 was removed during drainage work and not replaced.
  • Trail accessAcknowledged
    Cougar Mountain Reg'L Wildland Park 7701 166th Way SE, Renton, WA, 98059, USA - King County
    There are numerous trees blocking the trail between Red Town and Licorice Fern housing area. I believe you call this the Indian Trail...or the main trail. Some of these trees have been down for over a month. I am 70 years old and cannot get through them. When will they be cleared?
  • Trail maintenanceAcknowledged
    East Lake Sammamish Trail Sammamish, WA 98074, USA - Sammamish
    Tree house above trail
  • Trail maintenanceAcknowledged
    26858-26890 Se 481st St Enumclaw, WA 98022, USA - King County
    Can we use the access trail from the new parking lot to the gravel road on pinnacle Peak? There are still signs that say the trail is temporarily closed yet the parking lot is open
  • Trail safetyAcknowledged
    Marymoor Connector Trail Redmond, Washington - King County
    I was on the trail within Marymoor this past weekend, and there was an electric bike user traveling much faster than traditional nonmotorized bicycles. I strongly suggest that ebikes not be allowed on trails and paths designated as nonmotorized.
  • Trail safetyAcknowledged
    Flow Park Walk-Up Issaquah, Washington - King County

    e-bikes (electric powered bicycles) are being used at Duthie, a nonmotorized facility.

    Please update signage at Duthie, Grand Ridge, and other KC parks to clarify and make very obvious that these motorized vehicles are not allowed on nonmotorized trails. This is an increasing problem and could use some enforcement activity.