Lowman Beach Racket Court Design

Updated: October 22, 2020

Fall 2020

Thank you to everyone who participated in the second online meeting/open house on October 19. Your input is very helpful!
We have a new second online survey about the Lowman Beach Racket Court New Design, please use it to add additional input for this project.

View documents and videos from the first and second online meetings below.

The community has come together to explore options to install a racket court because the existing one needs to be removed as part of the seawall restoration project. A new racket court will provide recreation experience for all ages and will be ADA accessible.

The Lowman Beach Park seawall began to fail in 2015 and needs to be addressed. As visitors to the park have seen, the existing seawall is slowly falling over/sliding towards the water. SPR's goal is to remove the existing seawall and continue the shoreline restoration work that began when the south half of the seawall failed in the mid-1990s and was removed.

Location

Lowman Beach Park, 7017 Beach Drive SW, 98136

Budget

Funding for the planning and design of the racket court is provided by the Department of Neighborhood Matching Fund.

Project Description  

At Lowman Beach Park, the existing court will be removed as part of the Shoreline Restoration and Seawall Replacement project. The community has come together to explore options to install a racket court because the existing one needs to be removed as part of the seawall restoration project. A new racket court will provide recreation experience for all ages and will be ADA accessible. 

Community Participation

Please take this new second online survey about the Lowman Beach Racket Court New Design.

First Online Survey Results - September 2020

Virtual Open House #1: 8/26/2020

Virtual Open House #2: 10/19/2020