Public Works seeks feedback on proposed pickleball courts for Pacific Community Park at Sept. 29 meeting

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Clark County Public Works, Parks and Lands is hosting a public meeting to discuss the addition of four pickleball courts at Pacific Community Park and gather the community’s input.

Residents can participate in-person at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 29 at the Bud Van Cleve Meeting Room at Luke Jensen Sports Park, 4000 NE 78th Street. Comments about the project can be submitted via mail, email or at the public meeting.

The proposed pickleball courts will be located near the center of the park. Construction of the courts will include surfacing, striping, and installation of permanent fencing. Installation of a covered area is also under consideration. Existing park facilities and structures including the dog park, picnic shelter, skate bowl, and restrooms will not be impacted. The addition of the pickleball courts will not impact the park master plan.

Residents can learn more about the proposed plan at  and submit comments to Comments must be received by Oct. 21.

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Kaley McLachlan-Burton, Community Engagement and Inclusion manager, Public Works, 360.946.7584,