Si View open house Wednesday to unveil bike park plans

  • Friday, November 4, 2016 10:37am
  • Life

The city of North Bend and Si View Metropolitan Park District are collaborating on a park improvement project to bring an exciting new amenity to the Torguson Athletic Complex, a Community Bike Park, with tracks for all levels of riders.

A preliminary site plan has been developed with help from The Watershed Company and Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance. Community members are invited to an open house at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, at the Si View Community Center to learn more about the project, view the preliminary site plan, and provide input for this project.

The proposed bike park is being planned for the southwest portion of the Torguson complex. The project will also enhance the southwest entrance area with improved walking paths, seating areas and signage.

Funding for this project will come from a King County Youth Sports Facilities Grant program, the city of North Bend, Si View Metro Parks and community partners.

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