Kenmore to host open house concerning Waterfront Park projects

The event will be happening on March 22.

  • Saturday, March 10, 2018 2:00pm
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The City of Kenmore is encouraging local residents to attend an open house on March 22 to review the Log Boom Park Waterfront Access and Viewing Project and the Squire’s Landing Waterfront and Natural Open Spaces Access Project preliminary design work from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at Kenmore City Hall.

City staff and project designers will be present to share design updates and answer questions.

The 11-acre Squire’s Landing Waterfront & Natural Open Space Access Project will create a public hand-powered watercraft facility with staging areas, float and hand-carried craft launches, a community plaza, restroom and parking lot. There will also be trails and walkways with bridges and river viewing platforms through enhanced natural areas and newly created wetlands.

Construction for this project is estimated to start in 2023.

Parking is available on site at Kenmore City Hall in the surface parking lot and underground garage. Overflow parking is also available.

For questions and comments, contact Maureen Colaizzi, Parks Project Manager, at mcolaizzi@kenmorewa.gov or call 425 398 8900.

To view detailed information on the Walkways & Waterways bond measure and associated projects, visit www.kenmorewa.gov/WalkwaysandWaterways.




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