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North Lynnwood Park Aquatic Playground

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Funded in 2007
WWRP Applicant: Lynnwood WWRP Category: Local Parks WWRP Grant: $171,853 Applicant Match: $775,067 Project Type: Acquisition & Development County: Snohomish  Legislative District: 21st,  32nd 

Lynnwood will use this grant to renovate the spray pool at North Lynnwood Neighborhood Park. The 35-year-old spray pool does not meet safety and accessibility standards. The existing concrete surfacing is cracking; elevated concrete structures are hard, slippery, and dangerous; concrete curbing limits accessibility; and constant maintenance is required. In spite of its deteriorating condition, the spray pool is popular in the summer, hosting about 200 weekly users. Birthday parties, summer camps, and family outings are planned around it every weekend. Innovative and thematic new aquatic playgrounds have been designed to increase playability and improve safety and access. High quality and low maintenance materials will be installed. The new aquatic elements are programmable for interactive use, and designed for all ages. Lynnwood will contribute $793,769 in donated labor and a local grant.

RCO Project Number: 06-1648

Location

North Lynwood Park - Take I-5N to Exit 181A Left onto 44th Ave W North to park at 18510 44th Ave W

Red Marker North Lynnwood Park Aquatic Playground
Lynnwood will use this grant to renovate the spray pool at North Lynnwood Neighborhood Park. The 35-year-old spray pool does not meet safety and accessibility standards. The existing concrete surfacing is cracking; elevated concrete structures are hard, slippery, and dangerous; concrete curbing limits accessibility; and constant maintenance is required. In spite of its deteriorating condition, the spray pool is popular in the summer, hosting about 200 weekly users. Birthday parties, summer camps, and family outings are planned around it every weekend. Innovative and thematic new aquatic playgrounds have been designed to increase playability and improve safety and access. High quality and low maintenance materials will be installed. The new aquatic elements are programmable for interactive use, and designed for all ages. Lynnwood will contribute $793,769 in donated labor and a local grant.
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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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