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Destination Point Defiance

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Coming to Point Defiance: Hammerheads,
new recreation space & more!
 

Destination Point Defiance LogoDestination Point Defiance is a long-term comprehensive planning initiative started years ago to enhance the park’s experience and honor its character.

The capital improvement bond approved by voters in 2014 is funding much of the related construction work along with grants from the state RCO program, Washington State taxpayers, donors and other sources.

Construction Impacts: What's Happening This Week

Week of August 13, 2018  

Waterfront Phase I – Triangle
  • This week we will finish exporting contaminated soil, rough grading, placing drainage and sewer below liner, and setting the sewer tank all in Lot A. We will continue the wall and footing in Lot A, prepare for electrical items along the East Bluff, and pour another concrete section of the trail. Along the West Bluff, we will seed and place more geocells down. In Lot B, we will pour the switchback sidewalk.
  • Visitors will see and hear: excavating equipment, paving crews, and landscaping crews along with regular construction equipment such as pick ups, water trucks and semi-trucks, etc.
  • Neighbors will see and hear: excavating equipment, paving crews, and landscaping crews along with regular construction equipment such as pick ups, water trucks and semi-trucks, etc.
  • Traffic impacts:  Traffic impacts will be minimal.
  • Work hours: 7 am to 4:30 am

Waterfront Phase I - Peninsula

  • This week we will prepare multiple planters to be planted and landscaped, place pavers around the pavilion, and continue to install doors on the guardshack and pavilion. We will also finish cutting out parking lot islands and prepare those for landscaping. At the peninsula entrance, we will place more curb, and place rock around the kettle. Along Yacht Club Road we will finish placing curbs, pour the concrete trail, and landscape between the curbs.
  • Visitors will see and hear: excavating equipment, paving crews, and landscaping crews along with regular construction equipment such as pick ups, water trucks and semi-trucks, etc.
  • Neighbors will see and hear: excavating equipment, paving crews, and landscaping crews along with regular construction equipment such as pick ups, water trucks and semi-trucks, etc.
  • Traffic impacts: Traffic impacts will be minimal.
  • Work hours: 7 am-4:30 pm
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