Construction starts on Darst Park pedestrian path

June 14, 2011

By Staff

Crews are scheduled to start building a pedestrian path through Emily Darst Park soon.

The city awarded a contract to Sammamish-based WB Contracting for the project, part of the mitigation for the Interstate 90 Undercrossing project. Plans called for crews to upgrade the park to replace wetlands destroyed during construction of the undercrossing and a pedestrian connector at the interstate and state Route 900.

The path should be completed by June 30. Planners issued a notice for the contractor to proceed May 19.

The park encompasses 12 acres on the east bank of Issaquah Creek, south of Pickering Barn and north of the interstate. The regional East Lake Sammamish Regional Trail follows the park’s eastern boundary and the Pickering Trail traverses the property.

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