13887886837_025e8ae090_o 14094559383_215b287d39_o 13887887067_a1f7e1910d_o Construction at the Seahurst Park Beach Restoration Project has been focused on grading and storm drain work along the main park trail, wetland and south to the future picnic and new playground area, according to Burien Parks, which adds:

Rockeries are being constructed along the trail and wetland to compensate for elevation changes in these new facilities, which occur in the upland areas well above the high water line. The Marine Technology Lab’s fish ladder and associated concrete work is nearing completion and will be followed by grading work in this area in front of the lab. Park furnishings, such as playground equipment, park benches and tables have been delivered to the site.
Far as we know, the restored beach will be opening in July. For more recent photos from the project, visit the project photo page on Flickr. You can also “Like” Seahurst Park on Facebook at www.facebook.com/SeahurstPark.]]>

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8 replies on “UPDATE: Here's the latest – with photos – on the Seahurst Restoration Project”

    1. my guess is the school district has a class in marine life If I remember right they had one years ago

    2. PSSC (Puget Sound Skill Center) has a marine science class there. They have a classroom in a building near the north end of the beach.

        1. Dumb haters at it again 4 thumbs down on a comment thanking some one will you haters get a life all ready

        2. Their are 4 people here who really don’t like you (but really it’s one person with 4 different devices)

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