Review the planning process for Fort Townsend - Rothschild House.
The CAMP project will address development and management of programs and facilities as well as protection of natural and cultural resources at these parks.
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission has begun a planning project for Lake Sammamish State Park in King County. The project will update the park’s Redevelopment and Restoration Concept Plan, which was adopted by the Commission in 2007. State Parks will consider whether the facilities proposed in the 2007 plan are still appropriate for the park and also whether any additional facilities should be considered.
King County and Washington State Parks are seeking public input on a proposed restoration project near Des Moines that would remove rip-rap at McSorley Creek and the shoreline at Saltwater State Park to improve fish habitat, control flooding and enhance recreational amenities.
Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is undertaking a new Interpretive Center containing significant interpretive exhibits. These new exhibits will help visitors appreciate the importance of Mount Constitution in the context of their journey to the park, the summit, and, for those who are able to climb, the Observation Tower. They will understand the geological origins of the mountain, its unique ecology, and why human and natural communities have been drawn to it for thousands of years. State Parks has hired HKP Architects to design an approximately 1,800 SF Center below the Tower and Creo Industrial Arts to design the interpretive exhibits. These Consultant teams will prepare site plans, building plans, building elevations, interpretive exhibit drawings and indicate materials.
Washington State Parks is looking at long-term management options at Moran State Park as Orcas Power and Light Cooperative (OPALCO) transitions away from the current utility corridor. Parks has received a proposal from Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance for formal development of a trail that will follow the alignment of the power line corridor. The developed trail would use an existing trail and the power line access road.
Washington State Parks is beginning a planning process for Palouse Falls, Lyons Ferry and Lewis and Clark Trail state parks. State Parks prepares land use plans through an agency-wide planning system called Classification and Management Planning or CAMP. CAMP is a multi-staged, public participation-based planning process for individual parks that culminates with adoption of park land classifications, a long-term park boundary, and a park management plan.
The City of Kenmore is working with Washington State Parks to propose upgrades to the existing ballfields at Saint Edward State Park.
In May 2015, the campground and group camp at South Whidbey State Park were closed due to concerns posed by failing and diseased old-growth trees. To address this issue, the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission (State Parks) is beginning a planning process to determine the future of the park.
Washington State Parks is beginning a planning process for Steptoe Butte State Park and Steptoe Battlefield State Park Heritage Sites . State Parks prepares land use plans through an agency-wide planning system called Classification and Management Planning or CAMP. CAMP is a multi-staged, public participation-based planning process for individual parks that culminates with adoption of park land classifications, a long-term park boundary, and a park management plan. The combination of these deliverables constitutes a land use plan. The CAMP process typically takes ten to fifteen months to complete
Washington State Parks has begun a land-use planning project for Wallace Falls State Park in Snohomish County. The planning project, known as Classification and Management Planning (CAMP) includes the four planning stages described below. The CAMP project will address development and management of programs and facilities, as well as protection of natural and cultural resources in the park
Rehabilitation of the Lodge at Saint Edward State Park begins Summer 2018.