Snohomish County Parks & Recreation has developed a Master Plan for Lake Stickney Park. The plan will guide development of new recreation opportunities, improve site access and ensure long term protection for critical habitat areas. Initial community input was gathered through multiple community group meetings including public meetings held on April 21, 2014 and June 16, 2014. Ideas for park improvement generated by community input and preliminary design work include:
New accessible walking path network
Lake viewing mound
Multi-purpose lawn / open space
Integrated nature themed play elements
Environmental education opportunities & signage
Parking lot enhancements
Stormwater infrastructure improvements
Wetland & habitat enhancement
Upon adoption of the Master Plan, Parks will begin design development, permitting and implementation of planned improvements. Improvements will likely be completed in phases based on funding availability and additional community input.
All acquisitions, plans and site developments are subject to funding availability and subject to Snohomish County Executive and County Council approval.
Community Meeting - Meeting will be scheduled Late Spring/Early Summer 2016 to present study findings and receive comment on preliminary design drawings
Executed State Recreation and Conservation Office grant project agreement for Phase 1 improvements.
Presented updated Phase 1 conceptual site plan at community mtg January 18, 2016
J.A.Brennan Associates has been selected and approved by Council as the lead consultant to prepare construction plans and specifications for Phase 1 improvements.
Contract Work began August 2016.
The adjacent 2.5 acre trailer park property has been recently purchased by the County for use as park space.
Demolition of the existing structures and mobile homes was completed in June 2016.
The new lot will be used as off-street parking for the Off-Leash Dog Area and serve as interim parking for the entire park until completion of the Phase 1 Park Development.