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Bike Park
Bike Park

As part of the Issaquah Highlands development, the developer, Port Blakely, donated funds for the construction of an introductory skills bike park at Central Park.
Central Park's site development plan identifies a limited area for this amenity located near fields 3 and 4 under the BPA power lines and just north of the Central Park - Falls Drive trail. 
The City is partnering with the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance to help make this long awaited amenity a reality in 2019. As the local experts in mountain bike facilities, they are providing their design expertise for this introductory skill building bike park at Central Park.
Community Design

Three concepts were presented to the community in the form of an online survey (open 8/23/18 – 9/14/18) and at a public meeting (8/28/18) held at Blakely Hall. Both efforts generated valuable input and feedback that was used to create a preliminary design for the bike park.

This preliminary design is a “hybrid” of the three concepts and implements your ideas.

Comments on the revised plan were taken through November 7th, 2018.

Next Steps

After we have received your input on the preliminary design, we will seek a youth sports grant, begin to finalize the park’s design, and will initiate the construction permitting process with the goal of construction in 2019. Please note, the preliminary design is subject to change as we work through these processes.

We anticipate a partnered construction with Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance in 2019.  Together we hope to harness volunteer efforts to make this park become a reality.  If you are interested in being on our bike park communications list, please email Jennifer Fink, Park Planner and Project Administrator. 

Issaquah Contacts
Jennifer Fink
Park Planner