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Angle Lake Park, Phase I

Status
Funded in 1997
WWRP Applicant: SeaTac Parks & Rec Dept WWRP Category: Local Parks WWRP Grant: $300,000 Applicant Match: $321,684 Project Type: Development County: King  Legislative District: 33rd 

This project will include removal of the 44 year old outdated King County 20 stall shower and 24 stall restroom building and replacing it with an open plaza. The plaza includes ADA accessible restrooms and picnic shelter linked with a landscaped arbor with superb lake views. Other phase I improvements include a relocated street entry and exit, new playground area and equipment, and ADA parking for the beach and restrooms. Angle Lake Park is located .8 of a mile from SeaTac International Airport and is an existing 10 acre park with 371 feet of beach waterfront, on a 90-acre lake and a public boat launch. It is a historic park site that was established back to the late 1920's.

RCO Project Number: 96-1150

Location

Approximately 1 mile south of SeaTac Airport, just off of International Boulevard (Pacific Highway) at 192nd.

Red Marker Angle Lake Park, Phase I
This project will include removal of the 44 year old outdated King County 20 stall shower and 24 stall restroom building and replacing it with an open plaza. The plaza includes ADA accessible restrooms and picnic shelter linked with a landscaped arbor with superb lake views. Other phase I improvements include a relocated street entry and exit, new playground area and equipment, and ADA parking for the beach and restrooms. Angle Lake Park is located .8 of a mile from SeaTac International Airport and is an existing 10 acre park with 371 feet of beach waterfront, on a 90-acre lake and a public boat launch. It is a historic park site that was established back to the late 1920's.
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