Sound to Olympics Trail

Image of a ribbon cutting on March 3, 2018

Grand Opening

Above photo shows Grand Opening Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on Saturday March 3, 2018. The event was well attended with upwards of 200 residents present. Mayor Kol Medina was joined by County Commissioner Ed Wolfe, State Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz, and Congressional Representative Derek Kilmer for accolades and ribbon cutting. Many attendees walked and rolled the 0.8 mile trail while participating in the passport event featuring information booths along the City's newest linear park.

The City thanks the many volunteers that participated in organizing and manning the stations to make this event possible including Clara's Wok N Roll and Island Craft Coffee to name a few.

Project Description

The Sound to Olympics Trail (STO) project will provide a separated shared-use pathway along the SR305 Corridor (from High School Road to Winslow Way).

The project will complete the "first mile" of the Sound to Olympics Trail and study potential branch trail connections. The new pathway will connect to the Ravine Creek Non-Motorized Bridge and an existing 800-foot section of the STO Trail.  


The project will encourage non-motorized transportation, provide ADA accessibility, improve drainage and safety features, incorporate native plantings with visual and acoustic buffers, and promote all modes of non-motorized transportation and connectivity to branch trails. Click here to view the Vision for STO Trail - FAQ's.

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Title VI

The City of Bainbridge Island fully complies with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statues in all programs and activities. Those requiring disability accommodations, please contact the City Clerk at 206-842-2545 or email the City Clerk.

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