Little Bear Creek Linear Park, a future community park, will provide a linear trail along Little Bear Creek, one of the City's primary ecological resources. The Little Bear Creek (LBC) corridor is defined as the 2.2 miles of LBC from its mouth at the Sammamish River to the crossing under NE 205 th Street, along the northern City limits Woodinville and the King-Snohomish county line. There is a total of 89 acres of land adjacent to the Creek within the Little Bear Creek corridor north of 131 st Ave. N.E.
The LBC Linear Master Plan provides a focused vision of the future of this undeveloped property. The Plan envisions the following elements:
Provide ¼ mile markers for information and rest stops along the trail.
Provide an interpretive trail system.
Restore Little Bear Creek and adjacent wildlife habitat.
Provide for human access to the Creek.
II. Economic Development
Redevelop general business zone.
Examine zoning to facilitate land use conversion and parkway improvements.
Insure high quality aesthetics in building development.
Provide for a wide range of land use.
III. Accessibility-Transportation (Bicycle & Pedestrian)
Continue the Wood-Snoh. Road design to Snohomish County .
Enhance landscape quality of the S.L.S. & E. railroad right of way.
17704-134 th Avenue NE
Adjacent to Little Bear Creek
Parkland Purchased: 1999
Park Size: 6.48 acres
City Contact: Brian Meyer, Parks Department, 425.424-0682
Page last modified:
February 26, 2016