The City of North Bend and the North Bend Parks Commission invite citizens to attend an upcoming workshop for the William H. Taylor Park and Riverfront Park design projects, on Tuesday, June 13, at 5:00 p.m.
The workshop will be held at the North Bend City Hall, 920 SE Cedar Falls Way. It will share results collected from public input events held earlier this winter. The City’s consultant, Site Workshop, has prepared some alternative concepts for review based on public input and additional site analysis, which will be presented at the event.
Your input will help refine conceptual plans for the future of these two cherished parks in North Bend:
- Taylor Park is a focal setting in downtown North Bend, having served as a grassy place to picnic, a center for community gatherings, and home to the North Bend Train Depot.
- Riverfront Park is a four-acre, protected river riparian corridor with a multi-use trail on the South Fork of the Snoqualmie River.
The Taylor and Riverfront Parks planning event will be followed immediately at 6:30 p.m. by a separate but related workshop addressing planning for future right-of-way configuration and improvements along North Bend Way in the downtown area associated with the City’s Complete Streets Plan.
Additional notifications will be sent separately to downtown property owners. For questions, or if you are interested in receiving notice on this separate workshop, please contact Senior Planner Mike McCarty at MMcCarty@northbendwa.gov.
[Information provided by the City of North Bend]