The overflow parking lot off Northeast 35th Avenue will be improved to prepare for the project.
VANCOUVER – The former caretaker residence at Lacamas Regional Park will be demolished May 15-19. The parking lot off Northeast Everett Street will be closed during the demolition. The overflow parking lot off Northeast 35th Avenue will be improved to prepare for the project.
Impacts to park users
• May 8-12: The overflow parking lot off Northeast 35th Avenue will be closed for regrading. The work is expected to be complete by Friday May 12 but is dependent on weather.
• May 13 and 14: Both parking lots will be open Saturday and Sunday.
• May 15-19: The parking lot off Northeast Everett Street will be closed. The lot will be part of the active work site for the demolition of the former caretaker residence. The park’s restrooms, picnic shelter, playground and trails will remain open. Visitors must park in and access the park from the Northeast 35th Avenue overflow parking lot. The work is expected to be complete by Friday, May 19 but is dependent on weather.
Visitors are reminded to avoid work zones and never enter areas that are closed with cones, signs or caution tape.
Residents can check the status of the projects and closures at clark.wa.gov/public-works. For information about road and park projects, closures, opportunities for community input, and more, residents can follow Public Works on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram and view information on Nextdoor.
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Information provided by Clark Co. WA Communications.
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