evidence-based design for supportive environments

Stillaguamish Village Parks and Open Space

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Stillaguamish Village is a supportive community development envisioned by the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians. With the goal of bringing the Tribe's members home to a community that reflects their culture and values in a meaningful way. This dynamic conservation village will be nestled within 80-acres of preserved and enhanced forest. Centering on a large community parkway system that weaves the story of their connection to the Stillaguamish river into areas for large community gatherings, neighborhood parks, open space, accessible multi-modal trails and an adventure nature playground inspired by the Salish story The Stick Game.

LOCATION 
Arlington, WA

DATES 
2017-Current

SIZE
80 acres

FIRM LEADERSHIP
Audrey West, Principal
Kristi Park, Project Manager

TEAM
Herrera Environmental, 7 Directions Architects/Planners, The West Studio

IMAGES
The West Studio

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