In 2018, Spokane County acquired the 179-acre former "Flying L Ranch" through the Conservation Futures Program, opening up the opportunity to develop a new public access point to the Glenrose Unit of Dishman Hills Conservation Area. With the recent success of the Glenrose Trailhead planning process and subsequent construction of that new access point, Spokane County is working towards replicating that process here.
Timeline: January - March 2019: Conceptual Design and Public Meetings (See below for dates/times). March - July 2019 - Finalize Design and Develop Construction Documents.
Thanks to everyone who attended the March 7th public meeting at Ponderosa Elementary School. If you missed that meeting, please see below to find the staff presentation, graphics and staff notes from the meeting. Comments and questions on the design can be emailed to Paul Knowles, Parks Special Projects Manager at [email protected]