Seattle Parks and Recreation Jesús Aguirre, Superintendent
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Questions? Contact Peggy Tosdal, 206-708-4619, firstname.lastname@example.org
Seattle Public Utilities has experienced some delay in laying sewer pipe at Leschi North. Water will continue to be available at the restrooms until Monday, May 2. When the water is shut off next week, Sani Cans will be on site for your use, until the water is restored and the restrooms are operable.
Slip Fees: Have you paid your slip fees? Your fees will be late and a $25 late fee will be assessed, if your fees are not received or postmarked by April 30. Call the office for further details.
2016 Parking Passes: Parking Passes were NOT automatically sent to boat tenants. They can be picked up or requested to be mailed. If you have not received your parking pass and cannot make it to the marinas during our business hours, please call and we will mail one to you.
Lakewood Marina: Privacy chains have been installed at the entrances to A and B docks. We are hopeful that during special events and public hours, access to the slip docks will be for boat tenants and guest only.
South Leschi Moorage: During the past couple of warm weeks, we have experienced an increase in boating traffic. With boating traffic, comes more wake into the marina which may have contributed to a number of screws and nails that have worked their way up and in the way. We are currently working our way through the marina to re-secure them, but we may miss a few. Please let us know.
South Leschi Parking Lot: Seattle Parks and Recreation is accepting bids to stripe the Blue Water Cafe and Moorage parking lot. It will be a BIG help during the evening hours. So in anticipation of the coming summer use and sailboat racing season, we will be reserving one spot directly in front of the steps for LOAD and Un-LOAD Only in yellow.
North Leschi Moorage: We have a water leak on the new north end docks. We have had to turn off the water at the main dock. Until we can locate the leak under the dock, water is available with some steps from you. We will mark the quarter turn handle that will provide water to the docks. (Located near Slip #501) However, we ask that you use ‘tap’ water sparingly because of the additives are not good for the lake’s clean environment. Then TURN off the handle at the main dock when done. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
What’s New with Contract Negotiations: Negotiations are still on going. Legal teams are reviewing the documents. There is no date for City Council presentation at this time.
Are you looking for a slip for this summer 2016? Probably not this season. We are within 2-3 slips of 100% capacity and those few slips will be filled from the ever growing waitlist for Seattle Parks and Recreation moorages.
Wednesday - Monday 12-5:30pm
Looking for someone at the moorages? We're out helping boaters and helping at both locations throughout the week. If you don’t see someone in the office, please call 206-708-4619. The office phone is monitored daily.
Leschi Moorage (North and South locations)
In Seattle's neighborhood of Leschi on Lake Washington, nestled north and south of on-going businesses. Some familiar eateries nearby are the Blu Water Café and Daniel's Broiler. The Leschi Market has been servicing the community and boat owners since 1948. Leschi North and South moorages have both wet and dry boat storage. With almost 200 water slips and with nearly 100 low dry dock small boat storage spaces, Leschi's rich sailing history dates back to 1949 when Leschi South was built. In 1962, the Leschi community realized the value of the publicly held moorages and added Leschi North. In collaboration with several of the sailing groups and Seattle Parks and Recreation, a small office and observation deck with an exterior platform was built to support the strong sail racing community.
In Seattle's Seward Park-Lakewood neighborhood, Lakewood Moorage is nestled between Adam Street Beaver Habitat and Andrews Bay, one of a few recognized anchorage areas on Lake Washington. The moorage hosts as many as 140 water slips with several low dry dock small boat storage spots for 16' or less. In 1952, Lakewood Marina replaced the aging public boathouse which was built in 1910 to its' current facilities and operations on Ohler's Island.
Seattle Parks and Recreation makes a Pledge: Clean Marinas!
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