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Weekly Report – May 24th, 2024

City Manager Amy Arrington

City Manager Amy Arrington

May 24, 2024

Plan for Improving our Parks is Ready for Approval

The City’s Parks, Recreation, Open Space, and Trails (PROST) Plan is almost complete! This is impactful since it will serve as our guide for park improvements for the next six years. Fun fact: it is actually a 20-year plan but must be updated every six years. So, it is our plan for the next six years to ensure continuous and steady progress in our park management and development.

The plan, a product of our collective efforts, contains fantastic information. It includes an inventory of our existing parks and recreation facilities, details about the public’s invaluable involvement in its development, current recreation trends, and more. The most exciting part of the plan is the Capital Improvement Program.

What is in the Capital Improvement Program? A variety of projects that will help enhance and improve our parks. Some of the top-ranked projects include:

· A covered sports court complex.

· A plan for a non-motorized trail system.

· Renovating the sports fields at City Hall Park.

· Improving the trail at Marine View Park.

· Establishing a new passive park that supports habitat restoration.

· And a variety of improvements to all the parks.

I invite you to learn more by reviewing the draft PROST Plan. You still have time to voice your opinion on the plan. The City Council will hold a public hearing on June 11th at 7:00 p.m. via Zoom and in-person at City Hall. The hearing will take public testimony concerning the ordinance that will officially adopt the Parks, Recreation, Open Space, and Trails Plan (PROST Plan). If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please get in touch with Parks and Recreation Manager Aimee Lloyd.

Preschool Summer Camp Coming Back for Second Year

We are thrilled to announce that Normandy Park’s Preschool Summer Camp Program is returning for a second year. The Normandy Park Preschool and Parks and Recreation have teamed up to offer three weeks of engaging and educational fun for our youngsters. The program, filled with exciting activities, will be in the afternoons starting July 8th. Stay tuned for more information on the programs that will be offered each week and details on how to register.

If you have any questions, please get in touch with me at aarrington@normandyparkwa.gov. Have a great week!

We are thrilled to announce that Normandy Park’s Preschool Summer Camp Program is returning for a second year. The Normandy Park Preschool and Parks and Recreation…”

Amy Arrington, City Manager

City of Normandy Park
801 SW 174th Street
Normandy Park, WA 98166
(206) 248-8246 (Direct Phone)

Weekly Report – June 21, 2024

2024 Resident Survey is Complete!
Thank you to all the residents who took our 2024 Citizen Survey. I am happy to report it closed with 392 responses. Some quick facts about the survey: 384 of our survey responses were submitted electronically. No question received 100% response. Every participant either skipped or missed at least one question.

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Weekly Report – June 14, 2024

City Council Meeting Roundup
On Tuesday, June 11th, the City Council held its regular monthly meeting. Here are the meeting highlights to help keep you informed. Park’s Commission Chair Ron Ebbers made a presentation on all the good works of the Parks Commission. The City Council held public hearings on two important planning documents, the Parks, Recreation, Open Space, and Trails (PROST) Plan and Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).

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Weekly Report – June 7, 2024

Two Public Hearings scheduled for June 11th — The City Council regularly holds public hearings. These hearings give residents the opportunity to voice their thoughts and opinions before the City Council acts on certain topics. On Tuesday, June 11th, the City Council will hold public hearings on the following items: Parks, Recreation, Open Space, and Trails (PROST) Plan – The PROST is ready for City Council consideration. This plan assesses the current condition of the parks, examines the community needs and desires identified in the outreach, forecasts future needs, and most importantly, proposes improvements to city parks, recreation programs, and open spaces.

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