The City of Lakewood Parks and Recreation Department is proposing extensive improvements to Harry Todd Park which are proposed to take place over the next 5 years.
These improvements include the replacement of a failing bulkhead with a new bulkhead setback 15ft landward; replace 3 of 5 existing floating docks; remove the two northernmost floats; construct a fixed pile fishing pier; construct a ramp to provide access to the swim area for persons with disabilities; construct a ramp from the swim beach into the water to provide swimming access for persons with disabilities; construct a pathway from the parking lot to the shoreline that complies with standards of the Americans with Disabilities Act; replenish beach sand in the swimming area; remove and relocate the restroom facility; remove and relocate the playground area. A SEPA Threshold Determination of Nonsignificance was issued for the project on October 8, 2018.
The following applications have been received by the City of Lakewood:
- LU-19-00217 Shoreline Conditional Use Permit
- LU-19-00218 Shoreline Substantial Development Permit
- LU-19-00219 Shoreline Variance
Read the rest of the City’s Notice of Application at the City’s website.