Stadler Ridge Park to be dedicated on April 1

The grand opening and dedication of Stadler Ridge Park will be held at noon, April 1 at 17428 33rd Place West in Lynnwood.

The dedication will recognize the park’s funding partner, the Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program; design consultants, The Berger Partnership and David Evans & Associates; project contractor, Terra Dynamics; and the Stadler family for whom the park is named. An interpretive sign will be unveiled at the dedication ceremony that pays tribute to the Stadler family that homesteaded in this section of Alderwood Manor in 1928.

To celebrate Arbor Day, neighborhood families will have the opportunity to plant trees in the park, assisted by the City’s Parks crew. Arbor Day tree plantings are a component of the City’s commitment to be a Tree City USA.

The City of Lynnwood developed this 2-acre park in northeast Lynnwood following a Parks and Recreation Board recommendation that a park be provided for this underserved neighborhood. The park has a natural theme that preserves the existing stumps, logs and boulders as natural play features. Play equipment is located on hillside terraces that are connected by slides, and a walking trail encircles a large grass play area.

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