Park is currently undeveloped, but is open for public use and enjoyment.
There is no vehicle parking lot or on-street parking. Only pedestrian and bicycle access to the park is currently available. The closest parking is on the shoulder of Jorgensen Rd N.E.
The City of Lacey purchased 31.85 acres of land for a future neighborhood park, Pleasant Glade Park, in 2002 at a cost of $777,172, with a $388,586 grant from the Washington State Interagency Committee for Outdoor Recreation, a donation of $60,000, and $328,586 in city funds. The property includes 2,120 linear feet of Woodland Creek frontage. The concept plan below was prepared for the future park to secure the grant.
Pleasant Glade Park Concept Plan
Pleasant Glade Forest Management Plan
In 2015, the City of Lacey made minor improvements to allow for public access and opened this
property. The next step includes master plan preparation. Watch for more information as this process begins.
Forest Management Plan
The City of Lacey received a $9,000 Community Forestry Grant from the USDA Forest Service Urban and Community Forestry Program, administered through the State of Washington Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Urban and Community Forestry Program and to retain the services of a consulting urban forester to perform an inventory and assessment of trees, wildlife habitat, and other vegetation to prepare a "Forest Management Plan" for Pleasant Glade Park.
The City Invites Input
If you have comments, contact the Lacey Parks & Recreation Director at (360) 491-0857. Information about the planning of this park will also be posted on the city website at www.ci.lacey.wa.us/park planning and projects.