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4 Alerts
August 15, 2019 10:09 AM

Pin Pile Bridge on the Foothills Trail Closed until further notice.

August 15 - On the Foothills Trail, the pin pile bridge between Buckley and South Prairie is closed in both directions due to a fallen tree. Our crew is working hard to clear the debris and restore access.

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September 11, 2019 3:26 PM

September 11 update - The damage to the pin pile bridge on the Foothills Trail was substantial, spanning a 20’ section of the bridge. Bridge engineering staff inspected and determined the beams that provide fundamental support for the bridge would need to be replaced. Replacement supports are expected by mid-October. A temporary solution is under consideration by Parks and Engineering Staff. For safety purposes, the entire pin pile bridge has been closed with barricades to discourage people getting near the damaged section. We are moving as fast a possible to get that section safely opened and will keep the community posted as our plans are finalized.

August 8, 2019 11:06 AM

Caution - Toxic Algae Advisory at Spanaway Lake

Areas of Spanaway lake with algae are unsafe for people and pets. Toxic algae signs have been posted at Spanaway Park. Please visit the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department website for more information about algae conditions.

July 11, 2019 1:23 PM

Foothills Trail - McMillan Levee Repair Project mid-July

Pierce County Public Works M&O crew will be doing a 400 linear foot levee repair project near the McMillan Foothills Trailhead mid-July and will last 3-4 weeks.
Signage will be posted as The Foothills Trail will remain open during the project. Please use...

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July 3, 2019 1:19 PM

Foothills Trail temporary closures between McMillan and Orting July 8-26

A realignment of the Foothills Trail will be underway from July 8 - 26 to improve safety for both vehicle traffic and multi-use trail users.

The project will increase line-of-site visibility for all users and reduce trail user speeds as they enter the...

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