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Lewisville Park’s entry will be getting face-lift

By , Columbian staff writer
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The entrance to Lewisville Regional Park in Battle Ground is getting a face-lift.

Clark County Public Works’ Parks and Lands department is redesigning the entrance to reduce congestion and address safety concerns. Construction, which will also remove parking along the sides of the park entrance road, is expected to begin Oct. 3 and be completed by Oct. 14, weather permitting.

During construction, the entrance road may occasionally be reduced to a single lane and visitors may encounter short delays. Visitors will need to enter the park and park in designated parking areas and pay the daily parking fee at the booth, parking meter, via the Flowbird app, or using an annual pass. Annual passes can be purchased online or at the fee booth when staff are present.

For more information about parking fees and options, go to clark.wa.gov/public-works/parking-fees.

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