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Major Maintenance Project Information
Warren G. Magnuson Park - Boat Ramp & Pier Renovation


Address: 6500 Sand Point Way NE; Seattle, WA

Current Status

Thank you Seattle this project is complete.
The Magnuson Park Motorized Boat Launch reopened new ramps and dock surfaces to the public May 15th 2008. The new floating dock and piling were installed late July 2008.

Project Description

Budget: $570,000
Construction begins: Third quarter 2007
Project complete: May 2008

(2007 CIP) This project improved the existing boat ramp system at Warren G. Magnuson Park by adding a floating dock at the end of one of the piers to relieve boat congestion and provide access for users with disabilities. The project also replaced the deteriorated planked ramps, increased the length of the ramps, and rebuilt the decking on the three piers. A 2002 grant from the Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation in the amount of $200,000 reimbursed the appropriation from the CRF - Unrestricted Subaccount included in Ordinance 120740. This project supports the Mayor's Restore Our Waters Strategy to improve Seattle's aquatic environments.

Updated November 16, 2010

More Information

Garrett Farrell
800 Maynard Ave. S.
Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134




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