The rivers and trails that wind through Pullman provide community connections to the natural landscape
Bundle up and head outside. The trails can take you out into the brisk winter for much needed sunshine and open sky.
Envisioning Downtown: Collaboration with the Pullman 2040 efforts, PCT helps transform ideas into sketches
A downtown Charrette over President's Day weekend generated exciting ideas to help envision the future. Stay tuned for where you can see the sketches created by WSU Landscape Architecture students and faculty.
Exploring Railbanking and Trail Creation between Colfax, Albion, and Pullman
Pullman Civic Trust continues conversations with our local political leaders advocating for this trail as well as listening to concerns and questions they have. Railbanking the corridor is the first step to trail creation and the decision to railbank (or not) lies with the State Legislature. The positive energy and support from area residents is exciting and contagious - let your Senator and Representatives know what this trail could mean for our economy, quality of life, and community health.
We are a group of volunteer citizens working to build a better community through civic and environmental projects in Pullman, Washington since 1983.
WSDOT is seeking public input to decide the fate of the rail corridor between Pullman, Albion, and Colfax. Keep an eye out for announcements of Community Workshops coming this Fall and Winter.
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