A comment period for this project closes Jun 26, 2023:
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Cars drive, and people walk, the approach to Paradise and Jackson Visitor Center. Cars parked along the roadway on the approach.

Mount Rainier NP Nisqually to Paradise Civic Engagement: Summer 2020

Between August 10, 2020, and October 5, 2020, you are invited to participate in the planning process as the first of several opportunities. The information gathered through this planning process will inform decision-making and priority-setting for public investments over the next decade.

Step 1. Learn about the issues

On this page you can find links to a newsletter, a story map, and other materials to help you learn about this area of the park, the planning process, and the issues that this plan is designed to address.

Step 2. Join the Conversation!

We know that your experience of Mount Rainier NP is important! So whether you come to the park every week, or have yet to visit, we want to hear from you! During this comment period, it is most helpful if you respond to as many of the following questions as you can.
Comment Period: Closed        Aug 8, 2020 - Oct 5, 2020
Topic Questions:
1. What experiences in the area between Nisqually Entrance (Ashford) and Paradise do you find most important? How are these experiences unique from other experiences you have in the rest of the park and/or in Washington state? What kind of experiences do you want future visitors/generations to have when they come to Paradise, Longmire, and other destinations along this corridor?
2. What issues most interfere with your desired park experience within the Nisqually to Paradise corridor?
3. What strategies would you like the planning team to consider, when brainstorming transportation and visitor experience solutions for the Nisqually Corridor?
4. What is the park doing well to manage these issues that you would like to see continue?
5. Other thoughts you'd like to share with the project team?
Document Content:
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