Park Design

This graphic illustrates the proposed Malaga waterfront park. 

MALAGA — Chelan County Natural Resources, Chelan County PUD and the Malaga-Colockum Community Council are collaborating in the acquisition of more than 30 acres along the Columbia River for a Malaga waterfront park. The proposed park is centrally located to downtown Malaga, roughly a 10 minute walking distance from the downtown core, with watercraft and swimming accessibility.

“What the community of Malaga really ranked supreme was waterfront access,” said Lisa Dowling, natural resource specialist for Chelan County, in a presentation at Chelan County PUD board meeting Monday. “Regardless of whether or not we looked at the community as a whole or the specific demographics, there were significant overlaps in priorities.”

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