Olympia's parks department seeks input on potential improvements to Percival Landing

ahobbs@theolympian.comMarch 28, 2014 

Visitors at Olympia’s Percival Landing on Sunday morning view a king high tide. A mix of activists and public officials gathered at nearby Harbor House to discuss climate change.

Olympia’s parks department will host a public meeting about ways to “enhance the boating experience” at Percival Landing. The city is seeking input on potential improvements that would attract visitors and improve the downtown waterfront.

Plans are underway to replace the moorage floats and vessel pump-out station at the F Dock, which is one of three docks at Percival Landing. The city is planning to install power pedestals and potable water connections at the E Dock. In 2011, the city replaced part of the boardwalk, and added the Harbor House and two pavilions.

The meeting will be held 6-8 p.m. Monday at The Olympia Center, meeting rooms A and B, 222 Columbia St. The public may submit written comments via email to dhanna@ci.olympia.wa.us.


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