Cavalero Hill Park

Project Description

Cavalero Hill Park is County owned park property located within the city limits of the City of Lake Stevens. This park was master planned back in 2002 prior to the addition of several pieces of property. The ownership of the park property is now much larger than it was back then. Additionally, the original master plan included locating the County Parks and Recreation administrative office on the Cavalero Hill Park site. The Parks administrative offices were built at Willis Tucker Park instead and therefore are no longer needed at Cavalero Hill Park. Given the additional property and changing priorities, an updated master plan is needed.


The City of Lake Stevens and the Lake Stevens Rotary Club agreed to partner with the County to update the park master plan. As an act of community service, Lake Stevens Rotary raised funds to develop a skate park on the Cavalero Hill Park site, which is now open.


A collaborative preferred development plan was agreed upon between the City and the County. This preferred plan was developed with a very active ad-hoc committee to help direct the design. This committee is made up of City elected officials, Parks commissioners, recreation enthusiasts neighbors and community activists. Input was received from several community meetings that helped shape the design.


As all of the elements of this preferred development plan were assembled, they were organized into logical phases to be developed as funding becomes available.


Current Status

  • The skatepark will be closed April 19-30, 2021 for repairs. Work includes repairs to the deep bowl replacing sections of the sidewalk adjacent the skatepark and ADA parking. Work is expected to last 2 weeks.   
  • Substantial completion has been issued for the project
  • Skate Park - being repaired
  • Sport court - completed
  • Playground - completed
  • Off-Leash Dog Area - open
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Project Contact

Carol Ohlfs, Senior Park Planner 

Snohomish County Parks, Recreation & Tourism

6705 Puget Park Drive 

Snohomish, WA 98296 

425-388-6609 

carol.ohlfs@snoco.org