Open house for trail improvements at Lower Daybreak Park set for Aug. 20

The event will allow members of the public to learn more about an upcoming project to improve trail access at Lower Daybreak Park

VANCOUVER — Members of the public can learn more about an upcoming project to improve trail access and amenities at Lower Daybreak Park during an open house next week.

Clark County Public Works will host the open house from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tue., Aug. 20, in the commons area at Daybreak Schools, 1900 NW 20th Ave., Battle Ground. Those interested in attending can stop by anytime during the event to discuss the project, ask questions of county staff, and offer comments and suggestions.

Open house for trail improvements at Lower Daybreak Park set for Aug. 20
The project, which is scheduled for construction in summer 2020, includes; installation of an accessible trailhead, multi-use paths, a new overlook to the East Fork Lewis River, informational signage and more. Shown here is the location of the future trailhead, looking west from Daybreak Park Boat Launch parking lot. Photo courtesy of Clark County Public Works

The project, which is scheduled for construction in summer 2020, includes; installation of an accessible trailhead, multi-use paths, a new overlook to the East Fork Lewis River, informational signage and more. The project is scheduled to be complete in spring 2021.

More information can be found on the county’s website, https://www.clark.wa.gov/public-works/lower-daybreak-trail-improvement-project.

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