Burien wants to upgrade Moshier Park with artificial turf
Moshier Field is a popular sports and recreation location at 430 South 156th Street in central Burien. In a proposal by the city of Burien, around 100,800 square meters of artificial turf will be installed.
Information from the city of Burien
The city of Burien proposes a project to ensure rainwater management for a catchment area around Moshier Park and to improve the sports fields and toilet facilities in the park for year-round use.
This 15.2 acre community park is located at 430 South 156th Street in central Burien, next to Highline High School in central Burien. The park shares parking with the Moshier Arts Center on the southwest border.
The multi-purpose sports field accommodates 4 lighted grass softball / baseball fields with a size of 250 to 300 feet, 2 lighted grass fields with a length of 120 meters, an asphalt path and a toilet.
Additional lawns are used by youth football and soccer for practicing.
Leisure improvements include replacing an existing natural grass ball field with artificial turf. Approximately 100,800 square feet of artificial turf will be installed. Water quality is provided for rainwater runoff from pollution generating impermeable and permeable surfaces within the project site before the runoff enters the 18-inch city storm line. Under the proposed conditions, the stormwater flow and water quality control facilities will treat both the Moshier Park property and the Highline School District property off-site. The project’s construction activities include sorting, new storm sewers, new rainwater treatment systems, paving and landscaping. The existing bathroom structure will be demolished and replaced by a new toilet and concession building.
PLA 21-0706 Type I (SEPA)
The file can be viewed on request. Please contact Dan O’Brien at DanO@burienwa.gov or at 206-248-5538
430 S 156th St, Burien, WA 202304-9082
The lead agency for this proposal has determined that the proposal is unlikely to have any material adverse effects on the environment. According to RCW 43,21C.030 (2) (c), an environmental impact declaration (EIS) is not required. This decision was made after reviewing a completed environmental checklist and other information on file with the lead agency.
The DNS is issued under WAC 197-11-340 (2). The lead agency will not respond to this proposal for 14 days from the above date. Written comments must be submitted by April 23, 2021 at 5:00 p.m..
There is a 21-day deadline for appeal against this decision by the agency. The city of Burien issued the decision described above. The parties of record may appeal this decision to the Hearing Examiner under Section 2.20.020 of the Burien Municipal Code. The deadline for submitting a written complaint to the city clerk has been reached April 30, 2021 at 5:00 p.m.. Copies of the “Letter of Appeal” are available from the Department of Community Development. There is a non-refundable filing fee of $ 367 for filing a complaint. For more information, please contact the project planner (see below).
400 SW 152nd St., Suite 300, Burien, WA 98166 Telephone (206) 248-5507 • Fax (206) 248-5539 • burienwa.gov