Click here to view a letter that provides a recap of the entire Sakai public process to date. This letter is intended to bring community members up to date on the process and brief them on the next steps. It is from the Park Board, the Park District’s Executive Director, and the independent facilitator who has been conducting this process.
The above referenced letter mentions a summary of the first two public meetings to date and an outline of what is anticipated for the third and final public meeting of this initial public process. Click here to view this summary and outline.
For additional information, click here for the minutes of the first two public meetings, and a list of the work groups and their findings.
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The Bainbridge Island School District posted a letter of notice to the parents of Ordway Elementary School pertaining to the high levels of lead in the drinking water. In response, the Park District’s leadership commissioned testing of all facilities with city water on Tuesday March 1, 2016. Those facilities included the Aquatic Center, Teen Center, Island Center Hall, and the Waterfront Park Community Center. The water testing results came back on Thursday March 3, 2016 and were presented at the Bainbridge Island Metro Park & Recreation District’s public board meeting that evening. The testing results stated NON detectable levels of lead, meaning the water is safe for drinking. Click here to see a copy of the water analysis report. Any questions or comments can be directed to 206-842-2306.
The mission of the Bainbridge Island Metropolitan Park & Recreation District is to build a healthy community through effective, sustainable stewardship of the District’s parks and open space, and through the development and delivery of innovative cultural and recreation opportunities. Read more
Help us make history by being a part of the Park District’s first annual SummerFest! SummerFest is an all-day family-friendly, community event at Battle Point Park. We are offering local businesses and organizations like yours the opportunity to have a hands-on activity booth at this event. Call or email to receive your information packet! Contact Lori Quick-Mejia by calling 206-842-2306 x 129 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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