Do you play tennis at the park? Lowman Beach Park subject of survey on public use
Seattle Parks (SPR) has been collecting information on what to do about the state of Lowman Beach Park whose seawall broke and partially collapsed almost a year ago in November of 2015. At that time SPR said they were looking at options including taking the seawall out and grading the area down to beach in a more natural state, but that might mean taking out the tennis court there. In a followup story last May SPR said they were applying for grants to take the project further.
The King County Murray Basin CSO construction across the street has taken out much of the parking there and the park itself is the site of temporary construction offices and a staging and storage area. Those are expected to be removed once the CSO project is complete sometime late this year.
To get a better handle on its use they have set up a survey form for people to respond on regarding their use of the tennis court there and elsewhere in the Seattle Parks system.
You can find the survey here:
It closes Nov. 1 at noon.