Lynnwood to use $2 million federal grant for Scriber Lake Park improvements

The city plans to to build a quarter-mile boardwalk and two wildlife viewpoints on the shore with the money, among other improvements.

LYNNWOOD, Wash. — Lynnwood’s Scriber Lake was among three Washington cities that received grants from the National Park Service for improvements.

The Lynnwood Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Arts Department was given $2 million to build a quarter-mile boardwalk and two wildlife viewpoints on the shore of Scriber Lake in Scriber Lake Park.

The city also plans to improve the connections to a floating dock, update the parking and route to the parking lot to improve accessibility for people with disabilities and restore

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