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Hovander River Walk

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Whatcom County Parks Director Mike McFarlane discusses the work being done to improve the trail system within Hovander Homestead Park and other county trail projects.

Whatcom County Parks Director Mike McFarlane discusses the work being done to improve the trail system within Hovander Homestead Park and other county trail projects.


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  • 1. Hovander River Walk A Multi-use Trail Michael McFarlane ATS 2012
  • 2. River Walk• Connects to City of Ferndale’s business district and future park• Provides safe walking and bicycle route from Main Street to Slater Road• Future connection south to City of Bellingham• Levy used to extend use during winter months and flood season providing views of river and park
  • 3. Completion in 2013• Funding REET II• Mitigation Plan Completed• Engineering and Design Completed• Construction Pending Final Permitting• 1.2 mile Extension Connecting Ferndale with Slater Road