The Master Plan Is Done!
About the KVLT Master Plan Project
The Kent Valley Loop Trail was one of the recommendations of the “Let’s Go Kent” walking and biking study, funded by a grant from the King County Department of Health. In August 2014, the city council adopted a master plan to connect the Green River and Interurban Trails, creating unique loop trail experiences and making Kent a regional biking and recreation destination. When complete, the Kent Valley Loop Trail system will be five paved, multi-use loops that:
- take advantage of the existing intersection of the Green River and Interurban regional trails at Foster Park at the city’s southern end,
- offer fantastic views of Mount Rainier and the Green River, and
- connect to several parks, downtown and other area attractions.
Get the scoop on the Loops! Questions? Contact Hope Gibson, Park Planning & Development Manager, 253-856-5112, Stay in the loop....follow us on
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Oh, and if you didn't see get a chance to get a look at the map previously... here's the scoop on the Loop! Questions? Contact Hope Gibson, Park Planning & Development Manager, 253-856-5112, Stay in the loop....follow us on
Green River Trail users, please note: King County has provided this link for updates on impacts due to their maintenance or repairs to the trail and/or levee:
The City will also provide updates to help keep trail users informed of upcoming closures or other impacts due to City projects. The Green River Trail through Riverview Park re-opens Friday, October 2; currently closed at Three Friends Fishing Hole for levee work. The detour route has been posted.