Neighbors gather for Eagle Scout Park open house

Friday, October 21, 2016

Photo by Jerry Pickard

Neighbors gathered at Eagle Scout Park, between NE 178th and NE 180th, in Lake Forest Park, to view the City's plans to renovate the small park.

Aaron Halverson, LFP Environmental Programs Manager, (left) and Mayor Jeff Johnson (right) talk to a cyclist.

Cory Roche LFP City employee, (left) and Mark Garff, Principal Landscape Architect were ready to explain the project to attendees.

Construction is planned to start the end of November and be completed by the end of this year.

A poster explained the funding for the project.

To help meet the need for more active community spaces for young families, the City of Lake Forest Park plans to renovate Eagle Scout Park by removing the aging exercise structures and replacing them with a playground made from recycled materials.

Citizens stopped to study the displays.


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