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  You Are Here: Home: Business: Community & Economic Development : Current Projects: Allan Yorke Park Master Plan


Title: Allan Yorke Park Master Plan
Category: City/Public
Address: 7203 W Tapps Hwy E, Bonney Lake, WA 98391, USA
Contact Person: Facilities & Special Projects Manager
Contact Number: (253) 447-3282

Status and Details:

Allan Yorke Park is a 45 acre park located at the intersection of Bonney Lake Boulevard and West Tapps Highway at the south end of Lake Tapps. In 2015, an ad hoc committee consisting of representatives from City Council and Park Commission proposed improvements to the park to address demand for more facilities for youth in the city.

Bruce Dees & Associates, a landscape architecture firm that specializes in park design, was retained to develop a master plan for the park, addressing needs and concerns expressed by the entire community.

The Master Plan was presented in June 2016 (see documents below). The City Council approved design of Phase I improvements in February 2017 (Resolution 2557).

AYP Loop TrailExample - Multi-Use FieldExample-Mountain Bike

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Project Updates

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September 2017 Update: The master plan is complete and staff are working on design of Phase 1 with a plan to bid out the infrastructure component (power undergrounding and sidewalk/curb/gutter) in early 2018 and construct those items in summer 2018. Staff are applying for grants to help supplement funding for the rest of Phase 1 (park improvements).

 

 





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