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Steel Lake Park

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Funded
WWRP Applicant: Federal Way Parks & Rec Dept WWRP Category: Local Parks WWRP Grant: $300,000 Applicant Match: $319,414 Project Type: Development County: King  Legislative District: 30th 

Phase I renovation addressed severe drainage and erosion problems, removal and reconstruciton of an existing bathhouse, beach improvements, picnic areas, landscaping, grass and playground amenities.

RCO Project Number: 92-0288

Location

From I-5 take the S. 320th Street Exit (Exit 143), proceed West bound on S. 320th Street for approximately 1/2 mile to Pacific Hwy S., Turn right (north) onto Pacific Hwy S., proceed north bound to S. 312th Street. Turn right onto S. 312th St, proceed east bound for approximately 1/2 mile, Steel Lake Park is on the left, athletic fields are on the right. N47, 19', 18.4"; W122, 17', 59.6"; El. 505' T21N, R4E, S. 9

Red Marker Steel Lake Park
Phase I renovation addressed severe drainage and erosion problems, removal and reconstruciton of an existing bathhouse, beach improvements, picnic areas, landscaping, grass and playground amenities.
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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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