The City of Monroe is creating two long-range master plans for Lake Tye Park and the Cadman Site, which is adjacent to Skykomish River Park. Both plans will chart improvements, guide funding strategies, and help define the future of these parks.
Two pop-up planning studios and two open houses were hosted for the community on September 15th and 16th at the Boys and Girls Club and at Lake Tye Park. The pop-up studios gathered input from park users and local residents during the daytime, and the open houses reviewed the work produced during the pop-up studios in the evening.
In addition to the pop-up studios and open houses, community members have the option to take an online survey to answer questions and provide comments about your vision for the two parks. The survey remains open until September 24th at the following link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/monroe-parks
Our contracted consultant, HBB Landscape Architects of Seattle, are condensing the data and ideas that the community brought forth and will present the preliminary ideas to both the Monroe City Council and Park Board in a joint meeting scheduled for Tuesday, September 26. Next steps will include refining the concepts more review and public input, with City Council adoption of the master plans to occur in January 2018.
Questions? Contact us at (360) 863-4557
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