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Japanese Gulch Master Plan
The City of Mukilteo has begun the initial steps in creating the Master Plan for Japanese Gulch Park. With the rich history, diverse wetlands, and vast forests, the Japanese Gulch Park Master Plan will utilize public input to create a holistic plan for the gulch. This Master Plan will provide a recreation plan that will minimize impacts to the sensitive areas of the gulch.
Draft Master Plan:
The master plan is organized in three different parts. Part I is a traditional Park Master Plan with background, design alternatives, references to public outreach, decision making process, and cost estimates. Part II is an implementation plan that provides additional directional information regarding stewardship, emergency services, and maintenance. Part III is the appendix with crucial data regarding public outreach, natural inventory, cost estimates, and level of service.
Working in Japanese Gulch:
As the Master Plan process progresses, the City of
Mukilteo asks the users of the Japanese Gulch to respect the area and not to perform any work that has not received approval from the Planning Department. If you have any questions regarding this, please contact Jennifer
Berner at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 425-263-8181 for more information.