Si View Projects Awarded Grant Funding
The King County Council has unanimously approved Executive Dow Constantine's plan to allocate more than $21 million in grant funding for 40 community-led projects that will connect trails, build parks, expand aquatic facilities, and renovate community centers. The funds for this program are generated by the voter-approved King County Parks Levy. Several Si View Metro Parks projects have been selected for grant awards providing partial funding for projects right here in our community!

Si View Aquatic Center Project $4 million
This project includes the design and construction of a new public indoor aquatic center in North Bend expanding capacity and improving access to aquatic programs in Snoqualmie Valley. Other proposed funding sources for this project include a capital bond measure in the August 2022 primary election, and District's capital improvement plan fund. If the measure is approved by District voters in August, this project will move to design phase in early 2023.

North Bend Community Trail Project $499,999
This project will create a 5.65 mile non-motorized community connection trail from North Bend's Tennant Trailhead Park to Raging River state forest via Snoqualmie Point Park. The trail provides alternate ways of local access to a highly popular recreation resource and completes a critical missing recreational trail link between North Bend and Raging River state forest. This is a multiagency project, including Evergreen MTB, WA State DNR, Si View Metro Parks and King County. This project is currently in the design phase.

Edgewick Trail Connector Project $43,037
This non-motorized trail creates a connection from the Edgewick neighborhood near North Bend to the regional Snoqualmie Valley Trail near Rattlesnake Lake. The 0.3 mile forested trail improves recreation access for local residents. The District acquired this parcel for open space preservation with funding from the 2018 capital bond and the Conservation Futures grant program (CFT). This project currently in the design phase.

For more information about Siew Metro Parks current and future projects, visit our website or contact us at (425) 831-1900.