SR-202 designated a Heritage Corridor
Stretching from Woodinville to North Bend, SR-202 is on its way to being shaped and molded into a Heritage Corridor, which qualifies it for technical and financial support for preserving and interpreting cultural and natural heritage found along the corridor.
Chosen by the Washington State Department of Transportation, the corridor will be managed by a consortium of citizen groups, business interests, and representatives from public agencies.
Other corridors also chosen include I-90: Mountains to Sound Greenway; and US-2: Stevens Pass Greenway.
Interstate 90 is well defined, but SR-202 needs a group of energetic citizens with a vision of the route's potential and the commitment to get it started.
The Heritage Corridor is going to be discussed at the Greater Woodinville Roundtable general membership meeting on Feb. 8, 7:30 p.m. at the Woodinville Fire and Life Safety Headquarters, 19900 144th Ave. NE, Woodinville. Those interested in the program can also contact Kay Reinartz, King County Heritage Corridors Program Coordinator, at 296-8625.