The future of Ronald Bog - meeting Thursday

Tuesday, April 11, 2017

Ronald Bog meadow
Photo by Martin deGrazia


Thursday Meeting About Future of Ronald Bog Park, N 175th and Meridian

This Thursday, April 13, 7pm-8:30pm, in Shoreline City Council Chambers at City Hall, the Shoreline Parks Recreation and Cultural Services and Sound Transit will present plans for transforming a portion of Ronald Bog Park into protected wetlands.

The public is encouraged to attend and give comment.

Potential plans could include

  • closing most of the grass meadow to foot traffic
  • relocating the “Kiss” sculpture
  • removing, rebuilding, and relocating the shelter by the lake
  • possibly building footpaths running parallel to I-5 running north/south.


The proposed change to Ronald Bog Park is due to Sound Transit locating wetland mitigation there to replace wetlands being disturbed / removed near the fire station on 155th related to the elevated guideway.

Shoreline City Hall is located at 17500 Midvale Ave. N. For more information see the Sound Transit webpage or email Juniper Nammi at jnammi@shorelinewa.gov.



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