Aubrey Davis Park Master Plan

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Consultation has concluded

boy on scooter near playground


The Park on the Lid, the Mountains to Sound Trail, the Boat Launch and the Greta Hackett Outdoor Sculpture Gallery are all part of Aubrey Davis Park. The City of Mercer Island is leading a master planning process through the fall of 2019 and we need your input! Please help shape the future of this essential community park by participating in the discussion below!


The Park on the Lid, the Mountains to Sound Trail, the Boat Launch and the Greta Hackett Outdoor Sculpture Gallery are all part of Aubrey Davis Park. The City of Mercer Island is leading a master planning process through the fall of 2019 and we need your input! Please help shape the future of this essential community park by participating in the discussion below!

Consultation has concluded
  • Why are we updating the plan for Aubrey Davis Park?

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    about 2 years ago

    Built in 1992 as part of I-90, Aubrey Davis Park is a 90+ acre, 2.8-mile-long recreation and transportation facility on Mercer Island. In it’s 25-year history (yes, the park is already 25 years old!) it has become a treasured community asset. Given the age of the park, changing park needs, increased use, and the construction of the East Link Light Rail, now is a good time to engage the community in a critical conversation about the future of this park.

    The City of Mercer Island Parks and Recreation Department is leading a master planning process in partnership with the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) to establish a shared community vision for the future of Aubrey Davis Park. The success of this planning process depends on you! What do you love about the park? What can be improved? What do the next 25-years look like?

    The Aubrey Davis Master Plan Process will include an extended community engagement process running until the Fall of 2019. You’ll have the opportunity to participate in community meetings, surveys and more. And if in-person opportunities don’t fit with your schedule, we invite you to please engage with us through this new online forum – Let’s Talk Mercer Island!

    Please also use the tools on this website to mark places on the map, post a public comment or ask a question.

    We look forward to hearing from you!