Interpretive/Outreach Center at the City's Water Reuse Park

Hours & Location

The Center is not regularly staffed since 2016

For an appointment please contact:
Ann Soule, Resource Manager
City of Sequim Public Works
desk 360-582-2436
Email Ann Soule

Location:
500 N Blake Avenue
(where the restrooms are, near the fishing pond, playfields, and James Center)

Interpretive Center

Exhibits & Events

"Coffee with the Mayor" held at the Center in 2015. Water-and lack of it for the summer of 2015-were discussed, and other timely topics such as funding for parks, concern for SARC and a future Metropolitan Parks District, and whether reclaimed water could be provided to residents for landscaping uses.

Coffee with the Mayor
Planning displays

Storm and Surface Water Planning displays and an interactive model demonstrating how polluted runoff becomes a problem for our streams and bays - great kids' activity!


A favorite for many is the aerial photo of the City with an overlay of our water courses: streams, irrigation ditches and stormwater infrastructure

The Events page lists project activities often held at the Center.

Stormwater Stewardship Kickoff
Interpretation Center
  • Video monitor for educational programs (internet access with WiFi)
  • Resource table with information on raingardens and other techniques for dealing with stormwater
  • Space for small group meetings

Bell Creek exhibit with Tobey Clarkin, winner of the contest for guessing the date Bell Creek began flowing last fall/winter (December 9, 2014). Tobey is holding an original copper wall hanging donated by Utilities Manager Pete Tjemsland.

Tobey Clarkin