Mt. Spokane is one of the tallest peaks in the Inland Northwest. The mountain is surrounded by Mount Spokane State Park, the largest of Washington's State Parks.
Green Marker Antoine Peak Acquisition Phase 2
The Spokane County Department of Parks, Recreation and Golf used...
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Green Marker Antoine Peak Phase 3 Acquisition
This project acquired 338.75 acres on Antoine Peak, including the...
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Green Marker Ben Burr Park
This project involves the acquisition of a neighborhood park site...
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Green Marker Betz North Park
This project will acquire approximately 50 acres of land for...
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Green Marker Betz Park Baseball/Softball Fields
The City of Cheney will use this grant to develop...
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Green Marker Centennial Trail Realignment at Gateway Park
This project realigned part the Centennial Trail to pass safely...
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Green Marker Centennial Trail (Spokane)
This project is a multi-partnered endeavor to construct a river...
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Green Marker Centennial Trail W. Link Bridge & Trail
This project represents a major improvement along the 69-mile Centennial...
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Green Marker Fish Lake 91
Spokane County purchased a 14-acre private resort adjacent to its...
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Green Marker Fish Lake Trail
This acquisition is for approximately 10 miles of Burlington Northern...
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Green Marker Green Acres Neighborhood Park Acq.
Spokane Valley will use this grant to buy 7.8 acres...
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Green Marker Hammacher Property
This 680-acre acquisition ties into the ecosystem of the Dishman...
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Green Marker Polly Judd Park - Acquisition
This project is the acquisition of a neighborhood park two...
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Green Marker Polly Judd Park - Development
This project is to develop the site of a WWRP-assisted...
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Green Marker Historic Iron Bridge Renovation
The scope of this project was to convert Spokane’s Historic...
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Green Marker Mt. Spokane/ Ingebretsen
The purpose of this project is to acquire additional land...
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Green Marker Mt. Spokane - Quartz Mtn. acquisition
This project is to acquire a 160-acre in-holding between the...
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Green Marker Newman Lake Acquisition
More public water accesses for recreation uses was identified by...
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Green Marker Newman Lake Fishing Dock
The Department of Fish and Wildlife will use this grant...
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Green Marker Pacific Park Development
This project is for the development of a family-oriented neighborhood...
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Green Marker Pavillion Park PH 2
Pavillion Park is a 15 acre park located in the...
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Green Marker Pavillion Park, Phase 1
This combined acquisition and development project entailed site purchase and...
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Green Marker Peppermint Stick Family Park
Renovation of an existing community park to enhance facilities and...
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Green Marker Plantes Ferry Park Acquisition
This project is for the acquisition of approximately 83 acres...
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Green Marker Plantes Ferry Park Phase 1 Development
This project is part of a phased development for a...
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Green Marker Riverside-Little Spokane
This project involves the acquisition of 266 acres of uplands...
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Green Marker Riverside - Little Spokane
This aquisition consists of the purchase of seven parcels, totaling...
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Green Marker Riverside - Little Spokane (phased)
This project consists of the acquisition of approximately 100 acres...
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Green Marker Rocky Hill Park
The scope of the Rocky Hill Park project was the...
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Green Marker Silver Lake Fishing Dock
The Department of Fish and Wildlife will use this grant...
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Green Marker Spokane River Bank Acquisition
City of Spokane acquired 36 acres containing one mile of...
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Green Marker Spokane River Land Acquisition
Spokane County citizens have identified the need for more water...
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Green Marker Trolley Trail Acquisition
The Trolley Trail Acquisition is just over one linear mile...
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Green Marker Valleyford Community Park
This development project, east of Spokane, renovated the existing play...
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Green Marker Waterfront Park Fields
Construction of softball fields at an existing community park in...
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Red Marker Spokane-Adaptive Baseball Field at Mission Park
City of Spokane Parks and Recreation Department-Adaptive Baseball Field at...
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Red Marker Prairie View Park Expansion
With this grant Spokane County will acquire and develop a...
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Green Marker Antoine Peak Acquisition
Spokane County will use this grant to buy 385 acres,...
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Note: Not all projects are shown. red = pending, green = funded

Spokane County

Proposed WWRP Projects - 2015 2 total projects $738,055

Prairie View Park Expansion - Spokane Co Parks, Rec & Golf - $500,000 With this grant Spokane County will acquire and develop a...
Spokane-Adaptive Baseball Field at Mission Park - Spokane City Parks & Rec Dept - $238,055 City of Spokane Parks and Recreation Department-Adaptive Baseball Field at...

WWRP Funded Projects 1990 - Present 37 total projects $14,853,345

Antoine Peak Acquisition - Spokane County - $1,421,750
Antoine Peak Acquisition Phase 2 - Spokane Co Parks, Rec & Golf - $1,659,125
Antoine Peak Phase 3 Acquisition - Spokane Co Parks, Rec & Golf - $1,595,785
Ben Burr Park - Spokane City Parks & Rec Dept - $59,742
Betz North Park - Cheney Public Works - $137,500
Centennial Trail (Spokane) - State Parks - $860,318
Centennial Trail Realignment at Gateway Park - Spokane Co Parks, Rec & Golf - $197,974
Centennial Trail W. Link Bridge & Trail - State Parks - $499,969
Fish Lake 91 - Spokane Co Parks, Rec & Golf - $150,389
Fish Lake Trail - Spokane City Parks & Rec Dept - $181,743
Green Acres Neighborhood Park Acq. - Spokane Valley - $248,909
Hammacher Property - Spokane Co Parks, Rec & Golf - $500,000
Historic Iron Bridge Renovation - Spokane - $354,082
Mt. Spokane - Quartz Mtn. acquisition - State Parks - $812,223
Mt. Spokane/ Ingebretsen - State Parks - $33,520
Newman Lake Acquisition - Spokane Co Parks, Rec & Golf - $379,707
Newman Lake Fishing Dock - Fish & Wildlife Dept - $243,412
Pacific Park Development - Spokane City Parks & Rec Dept - $154,984
Pavillion Park PH 2 - Liberty Lake - $200,000
Pavillion Park, Phase 1 - Liberty Lake - $311,358
Peppermint Stick Family Park - Airway Heights Public Works - $73,154
Plantes Ferry Park Acquisition - Spokane Co Parks, Rec & Golf - $315,828
Plantes Ferry Park Phase 1 Development - Spokane Co Parks, Rec & Golf - $300,000
Polly Judd Park - Acquisition - Spokane City Parks & Rec Dept - $86,217
Polly Judd Park - Development - Spokane City Parks & Rec Dept - $184,377
Riverside - Little Spokane - State Parks - $243,496
Riverside - Little Spokane (phased) - State Parks - $171,350
Riverside-Little Spokane - State Parks - $213,422
Rocky Hill Park - Liberty Lake - $441,762
Silver Lake Fishing Dock - Fish & Wildlife Dept - $184,448
Spokane River Bank Acquisition - Spokane City Parks & Rec Dept - $550,000
Spokane River Land Acquisition - Spokane Co Parks, Rec & Golf - $1,005,175
Trolley Trail Acquisition - Spokane City Parks & Rec Dept - $36,949
Valleyford Community Park - Freeman School District 358 - $31,720
Waterfront Park Fields - Medical Lake Parks & Rec Dept - $19,692

What is the WWRP?

The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program (WWRP) is a state grant program that creates and conserves local and state parks, wildlife habitat and working farms. The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office administers WWRP grants, and the legislature funds the program.

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Washington Land & Water projects left unfunded by omnibus appropriation

Congress will leave DC with a spending bill that maintains previous-year funding levels for the nation’s premier program for outdoor recreation and conservation, but falls short of reauthorizing the program. The Land and Water Conservation Fund’s (LWCF) many bipartisan champions in the House and Senate had urged for full funding and renewal of the program. Learn more here.

Over 100 outdoor recreation, conservation projects ranked as state priorities, need funding from legislature

More than 100 recreation, wildlife habitat and working lands projects around the state of Washington have been ranked as priority projects by the Recreation Conservation Office (RCO). Whether the 33 counties and dozens of communities who would benefit from these projects are able to complete them is dependent on adequate funding of the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program (WWRP). Learn more here.

Coalition requests $97 million to fund conservation, outdoor recreation

The Coalition believes increased funding for the WWRP is needed to meet the demand of a growing population in addition to rising construction and land costs. Learn more here.

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