The City of Edmonds says work on the Interurban bike and pedestrian trail connection through Edmonds’ Lake Ballinger neighborhood should be completed in a few weeks.
My Edmonds News took a few photos Sunday of the progress at Ballinger Station, a landscaped rest area for trail users at 76th Avenue West and McAleer Way.
Ballinger Station includes an open shelter with a park bench and two interpretive historical panels that tell the story of the Interurban Trolley Line, which ran from Seattle to Everett until 1939. A drinking fountain is still to come, said City of Edmonds Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Director Carrie Hite.
The city is planning on a ribbon cutting ceremony in mid-June, Hite added.