- Rain can be sudden and unpredictable.
- Bring water
- Stay on the trails to protect surrounding areas
- Do not pick up or approach wild animals and birds.
- If you find injured or hurt wildlife ...
- Wear comfortable shoes
About Warrenton Trails Association
Warrenton's Vision is a trail system connecting important historical, cultural and natural sites in the greater Warrenton Oregon area.
To help explore, detail and realize this vision the Warrenton Trails Association (WTA) was formed in 2003.
The trails are for everyone! From bikers, walkers, bird watchers, dog walkers and nature lovers there is plenty to see and explore.
2/2015 PRESS RELEASE: Mill Ponds Technical Advisory CommitteePublic Open House Set to Review DRAFT Plans for Mill Ponds
Seaside, OR - The Mill Ponds Technical Advisory Committee has been hard at work this winter taking the public input received in August and developing a workable phasing plan. The Committee now would like to get your thoughts on the plan to further refine the vision for the park and develop a final recommendation for Seaside City Council. The Committee's goal is to begin implementation summer of 2015 with invasive species removal.
The Committee will be hosting an Open House on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. at the Bob Chisholm Community Center, 1225 Avenue A to unveil the DRAFT Plan and receive additional public input.
The Committee will also be speaking to the Parks Advisory Council, Sunset Empire Park & Recreation District, Chamber of Commerce, Seaside Downtown Development Association, and many others before finalizing the plan.
In addition to the Open House, the Committee will be hosting two clean up events at the Mill Ponds on Saturday, March 28th in conjunction with SOLVE Spring Clean Up and Saturday, May 9th in conjunction with Seaside Love YOUR Park Day! More details will be released as they become available.
The Committee would like to invite all residents and visitors to become engaged in the process and help make this park a gem in Seaside, "a city with in a park".
For more information on how to become involved, please contact Melyssa Graeper at 503.717.1458 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org