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What is happening at Ronald Bog Park?

Post Date:08/28/2019 10:03 am

If you have passed by Ronald Bog Park at 2301 N 175th Street in the past month, you have probably noticed construction fencing and heavy equipment occupying the parking area. This is because Sound Transit is restoring and improving the Bog's wetlands to mitigate impacts from light rail construction on wetlands elsewhere in the city. As a result, wetlands in the park will be restored and expanded, and there will be easier public access to the shelter, artwork, and arboretum. 

Construction is expected to take until the end of fall.

Ronald Bog improvement map

 Ronald Bog Excavation

Concrete is being excavated from what may have been an I-5 construction dumping ground

 Ronald Bog wetland buffer

Wetland buffers are being created and restored

 Ronald Bog new wetland

New wetland areas are being created

 Ronald Bog Shelter

 The existing shelter will remain in place and have improved public access


More information about this project is on Sound Transit's website 

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