If you drive to Taylor Mountain Forest, there’s a new parking area that opens May 12. Once you’re on foot, check out the new trails and bridges over salmon-bearing streams and wetlands. It’s an 1,845-acre forested playground that people will be able to enjoy today and 50 years from now. As a county official, part of my job is being a good steward of taxpayer money. That includes preserving and enhancing open space and forests in our region. It’s another way of investing for the future.
Get a map and more on the King County Parks Web site.