City’s new park plan needs public input


Last updated 5/17/2017 at Noon

Associate planner Karl Almgren, right, speaks with Nicholas Wright, who has lived in Mukilteo for the past three years, during the city’s Touch-A-Truck event May 13. Wright said he plans to weigh in on the plan with his two-year-old and four-year-old in mind.

The city is making an unprecedented push for public input on how to manage parks, open space, recreation and public art throughout Mukilteo.

An online survey launched May 8 had received 627 responses as of Monday, May 15, and associate planner Karl Almgren expects participation to keep climbing.

“We’re trying to do a big push to get people to tell us what they want and whether we’re managing what we already have in the best way possible,” Almgren said.

“We’ve already surpassed the number of responses we’ve had on any other online survey we’ve done. In fact, right now we h...

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