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- Buckley/White River Multi-Use Skate Park
This project in eastern Pierce County will create opportunities for...
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- Buckley Foothills Trail Extension
The City of Buckley plans to complete development of the...
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- Carbonado's 8th Avenue Park
This project in Pierce County creates a much needed park...
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- Edgemont Park
This project redevelops five acre Edgemont Park, the only active...
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- Enumclaw Field Improvements
Enumclaw will use this grant to convert a 60-year-old sports...
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- Enumclaw Trail Development - Phase 1
This project by the city of Enumclaw will develop the...
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- Game Farm Park Soccer Field Renovation
Auburn will use this grant to renovate two fields at...
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- Interurban Trail & Trailhead
Edgewood will use this grant to begin developing the city's...
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- Puyallup River Levee Setback
Pierce County will use this grant to buy 19.2 acres...
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- Roegner (White River) Park
Development of a community park along the White River to...
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- Sumner Trail #1 Confluence Trail to Bridge Street
Sumner will use this grant to build a trail that...
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- Sumner Urban to Mountain Trail, Section #4
Sumner will use this grant to build .37 mile of...
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- Wilkeson Skatepark
If this WWRP grant is funded, the Town of Wilkeson...
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31st Legislative District
Auburn, Sumner, Buckley and Enumclaw
Proposed Projects for 2012 - 2013 2 total projects $243,400
1990 - 2010 Funded Projects 13 total projects $4,914,396
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.