A six-year Centennial Trail Maintenance Plan was finalized in January, 2016. Thanks to collaborative work by the Centennial Trail Coordinating Council, this plan identifies six major maintenance projects that, once completed, will prepare the Trail for a new 1.5″ asphalt overlay:
Repair Project 1: Milepost .86 to 1.17 – Crack seal concrete panels.
Repair Project 2: Milepost 3.6 to 5.6 – Repair corrugations and bulges.
Repair Project 3: Milepost 6.8 to 9.8 – Repair tree root damage, eliminate debris/rock washouts onto trail, etc.
Repair Project 4: Milepost 10.6 to 12.7 – Repair bulges, humps and tree root damage on the trail. Joint fill on Denny Ashlock Bridge. Eliminate rocks washing onto trail.
Repair Project 5: Milepost 16.8 to 20.1 – Repair corrugations, waves and humps on separated trail portions.
Repair Project 6: Milepost 29.1 to 31.9 – Repair large surface gaps in the trail from previous failed crack repair project.
These repair projects will be funded through our newly established Centennial Trail Maintenance Fund and Washington Parks and Recreation Commission.
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