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Posted on: September 22, 2022

Council authorizes contract for work on Taylor Park and Riverfront Park Design Project

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On September 20th, 2022, the North Bend City Council approved a Motion authorizing a contract with Site Workshop for the William H. Taylor Park (Taylor Park) and Riverfront Park Design Project.

Taylor Park is focal setting in Downtown North Bend, having served as a grassy place to picnic, community gatherings and it is home to the North Bend Train Depot. Intents for the design project include:

  • A plan for better connection to Downtown North Bend.
  • Providing a downtown community gathering space.
  • Making more efficient use of the parking along McClellan Street.
  • Considering possible improvement and location for the railroad tracks and depot within the park.

Riverfront Park is a four-acre, protected river riparian corridor with a multi-use trail on the South Fork of the Snoqualmie River. Intents for the design project include:

  • A plan for better connection to Downtown North Bend.
  • Provide trails and riverfront amenities, while maintaining the predominantly forested character and floodplain storage capacity of the park.

The Taylor Park and Riverfront Park Design Project is funded by the City of North Bend’s Park Impact Fees. View the Agenda Bill by referring to pages 213 to 220 of the September 20th City Council Packet HERE. Learn more about Taylor Park and Riverfront Park by visiting the Parks and Trails webpage at www.northbendwa.gov.

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