The initial comment period has closed.

The Yakima County Trails Plan 2019 is a community-wide effort to update the current Yakima County Trails Plan. The County Roads Department is asking residents to identify potential trail locations or projects (i.e. pathways, trails, sidewalks, bike lanes, shoulder widening) that have the potential to be completed in the next 5-to-10 years and specifically correlates with transportation as much as recreation.

Please Note: Yakima County plans the trails and pathways system to remain eligible for trail and multi-modal facility construction funding. Most trail and pathway projects will be incorporated with transportation projects whenever possible/feasible. In some circumstances, Yakima County may assist with the construction of trails and pathways, but ultimately trails and pathways not associated with roadways are turned over to others (i.e. Yakima Greenway Foundation) for operation and maintenance.

Feel free to scroll through the comment map below to review the initial public input received.

APRIL 10TH OPEN HOUSE: Thank you for the input!

  • Yakima County hosted a public open house on April 10th. Thank you to those who could attend.
  • 49 people signed in.
  • 183 comments were received during the initial comment period. Feel free to review the input received on the comment map below.


  • Feel free to email questions or concerns anytime.
  • Watch for updates to provide input on Recommended Improvements in July 2019.

Yakima County Trails Plan Fact Sheet.

Yakima Area Trails Map.

South Valley Trails Map.

Yakima County Trails Area Map

Having trouble viewing or using the map? Please email with your comments.

Recent Comments

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