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Mason Gulch Open House

The public is invited to attend an open house to discuss the creation of a natural resource management plan for Mason Gulch. The City of Tacoma is asking for feedback on the various areas that are being considered including native vegetation, wildlife habitat, recreation, public safety, slope stability, stewardship, water quality, views, and public access. Find out more about the development of this natural resource management plan and how you can get involved.

Thursday, July 30, 6 to 7:30 p.m.

University of Puget Sound (1500 N. Warner St.)

Rasmussen Rotunda / located near the main UPS entrance off of North Alder and North 15th streets


Desiree Pooley, Senior Environmental Specialist, City of Tacoma

(253) 502-2126, dpooley@cityoftacoma.org

The City’s Environmental Services Department is caretaker to select open spaces, due to the environmental benefits they provide throughout Tacoma. The City wants to find out how the needs of the community can be served by these spaces by fostering volunteer stewardship, quality vegetation, and natural resource management plans (such as this one for Mason Gulch). With your involvement, these spaces will become even greater Tacoma assets.


University of Puget Sound
Rasmussen Rotunda
1500 North Warner Street

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