Tambark Creek Park
17217 35th Ave SE
Bothell WA 98012
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Construction of Tambark Creek Park is progressing and current expectations place park opening at late June/early July. This date may shift based on construction progress.
A 40-acre property southeast of the City of Mill Creek on 35th Ave SE, north of 180th St. SE. The Tambark Park property was originally purchased in 1996 by Snohomish County and the City of Mill Creek.
Since 1996, neighbors have used the trails to walk their dogs and numerous volunteers have helped create most of the trails that are included in the development of the park.
Through numerous community meetings and surveys, a development plan for the park was created in which the following amenities will be built:
- One synthetic lit athletic field with baseball/softball overlay on soccer/lacrosse field lines
- One off- leash dog Area
- One stand-alone picnic shelter, and two attached to restroom buildings
- One playground
- One unpaved walking trail
- Two permanent restroom buildings
- Two paved parking lots to serve the western and eastern sides of the park
Limited construction is taking place, weather permitting, between October 15, 2011, and spring 2013.
Please be aware that the park is currently considered a “construction” area and is closed to the general public until comstruction is completed and accepted by Snohomish County. Thank you for your patience during this time and we look forward to you using your latest park asset!
Contact Sharon Swan at 425-388-6616 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any additional questions.
Tambark Creek Community Park Construction Plan
Comp Plan Aerial Photo and Description (.pdf format)
- Open fields
- Wooded areas
- Tambark Creek
The Tambark Creek Community Park site was acquired in 1995/1996 through a joint agreement between the City of Mill Creek and Snohomish County. This partnership was created in order to meet the park needs of the local community by providing a facility that would provide active sports fields as well as other park features.
In 2005, funding was allocated for development of the site through a mitigation agreement with King County for construction of the Brightwater treatment plant. With funding on the horizon to build the park, the 1998 Master Plan was reviewed in the context of current conditions in the area and refined to reflect new opportunities.
- Development of Community Park based upon Updated Master Plan
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