6320 Grandview Dr. W. University Place, WA 98467 (Map)
Chambers Creek Regional Park is located within the City of University Place, immediately north of the Town of Steilacoom. The park is approximately 20 minutes from Interstate 5.
Sections of Chambers Creek Regional Park Trails Closed July 9, 2018-January 29, 2019.
Crews will replace the roof of the Environmental Services Building and connected structures July 9, 2018 through Jan. 29, 2019. Sections of the Chambers Creek Regional Park trail that runs in front of the Environmental Services Building will be closed during the project. Watch for signs notifying users of the closures. Several sections of the parking lot will be closed for construction staging.
Overhead work will close the front entrance to the Environmental Services Building on July 23. The public will be directed to the rear entrance at the northwest corner of the building during the closure. Motorists should be aware of construction equipment such as forklifts around the work areas.
The project is awarded to Flynn, BEC LP. The work will cost $1.66 million and is paid for using Capital Improvement funds. The building is located at 9850 64th Street West, in University Place.
Enjoying the Park
This 930-acre site includes over two miles of saltwater shoreline, two and a half miles of urban creek and canyon and breathtaking mountain and Puget Sound views. Enjoy a walk on the beach and public trails, play golf or dine at Chambers Bay, relax at Central or North Meadow or see the award-winning Environmental Services Building.
Learn more about the update to the Chambers Creek Regional Park Master Site Plan.
Chambers Creek Foundation Users Survey Saturday, June 9
Members of the Chambers Creek Foundation will be conducting an onsite survey from 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. on Saturday, June 9. The data collected from the survey will be provided to the Pierce County Parks and Recreation Department to help with future planning for the site.
If you would like to take part, please visit the Foundation booth near the North Meadow restroom.
The Mission of the Chambers Creek Foundation is to foster pioneering models of environmental reclamation and education, public engagement, recreation and stewardship for Chambers Creek Properties. For more information, visit www.chambersckfoundation.org.