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Cascade Park Playground Replacement – Town of Renton


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May 23, 2022

Contact information for the town of Renton

Kelly Beymer, Parks and Recreation Administrator, 425-430-6617
Maryjane Van Cleave, Director of Communications and Engagement, 425-430-6713

Cascade Park Playground Render

The Cascade Park playground equipment replacement project begins Monday, May 23. The park will remain open, but the existing playground, new playground and part of the cobblestone driveway on 126th Avenue SW will be closed through July.

The new equipment will offer more age-appropriate options. In addition, the playground will be moved to allow better drainage and increase visibility.

For more information, visit our current projects page.

Funding for the project comes from the Capital Improvement Fund.

The Cascade Park project is one of three projects currently underway and managed by our Parks and Natural Resources Planning Division. Work is also underway at Kennydale Beach Park, scheduled for completion by Memorial Day weekend, and Kiwanis Park (completion December 2022). Other projects are planned this year for Gene Coulon Memorial Beach Park and Philip Arnold Park.


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About the Town of Renton

The city of Renton, Washington, with a population of 107,100 (2021), is located on the southeast shore of Lake Washington, just south of Seattle. Renton’s exceptional quality of life, strong economic base, diverse market and favorable business climate attract nationally recognized businesses that want to support their employees and families. Renton is the home of Boeing, PACCAR, IKEA, Super Bowl XLVIII champion Seattle Seahawks, two-time MLS champion (2016 and 2019) Seattle Sounders FC (in 2024) and the eternal resting place of rock icon Jimi Hendrix . Find more information on our website, our press releases or our Facebook, Twitter and Nextdoor pages.