Due to safety issues during construction, the pier at Log Boom Park in Kenmore will close to the public in early September. Photo courtesy of the city of Kenmore

Due to safety issues during construction, the pier at Log Boom Park in Kenmore will close to the public in early September. Photo courtesy of the city of Kenmore

City of Kenmore plans temporary closure of pier at Log Boom Park

The pier will be closed to the public from Sept. 4-14.

  • Wednesday, August 29, 2018 10:53am
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The pier at Log Boom Park, 17415 61st Ave. NE, will be temporarily closed for railing replacement from Sept. 4-14, according to a press release from the city of Kenmore.

Contractors will be replacing guardrail and bull rail along the north end of the pier. Due to safety issues associated with an active construction site, the pier will be closed to the public.

Boats coming into the area hoping to access Log Boom Park or Kenmore via this pier will not be able to do so during this time. Additionally, hand-powered watercraft will not be able to use the seasonal docking float during this time either.

Understanding that many people often fish from this pier, some alternative public areas to fish during this temporary closure are:

– From the shoreline west of Log Boom Park’s beach

– Rhododendron Park Pier 6910 NE 170th St., Kenmore

– Harbour Village Marina’s Pier 2 at 6155 NE 175th St., Kenmore

For questions and more information contact Becky Range, communications specialist, at brange@kenmorewa.gov or 425-398-8900.

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