From Pierce County Parks: North Lake Tapps Park Open House – April 27 @ 5:30pm

Pierce County Parks & Recreation asks: “What will North Lake Tapps County Park look like in 10 years?” You can help shape its future!

Lake Tapps County Park is located outside Bonney Lake on the north end of Lake Tapps. Pierce County Parks and Recreation held an ‘online open house’ in 2016 to gather public input and understand needed improvements and priorities at the park.  The April 27th Open House is a follow up to hear more from the community and to capture projects for the Pierce County 2018-2023 budget.

Thursday, April 27, 2017
5:30-7:30 PM
North Tapps Middle School Commons Room
20029 – 12th St E,  Bonney Lake, WA 98391
*This is not a City of Bonney Lake Event*

GOAL: Improve visitor experience at Lake Tapps County Park by:

  • Improving parking and circulation
    Parking is currently limited at Lake Tapps Park creating numerous conflicts on county roads and for local residents.  Before new activities are added to the park, additional parking must be constructed and traffic conflicts need to be addressed.
  • Expanding activities throughout the park 
    Providing more activities such as playgrounds, a splash park or beach volleyball, will create a variety of family gathering or recreational activities while enjoying the waterfront or forested areas.
  • Expanding access to the water
    Among the greatest assets at Lake Tapps Park is the water access and the views. Most people visiting Lake Tapps come to simply enjoy time near the water.  A goal of this effort is to consider ways to open waterfront to more visitors

For more information on the North Lake Tapps park visit http://www.co.pierce.wa.us/1326/Lake-Tapps-Park

View and share the event flyer: http://www.co.pierce.wa.us/DocumentCenter/View/58875

General information on Lake Tapps & Boating in the Bonney Lake area: http://www.citybonneylake.org/section_community/getting_around/boating.shtml

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