Parks & Open Spaces Projects and Partnerships

One of our most treasured programs is the Parks & Open Spaces projects our Parks Committee plans and oversees.

The Parks Committee’s primary focus is on stewardship of the neighborhood parks and green spaces, and  development of a safe, well-maintained pedestrian network throughout Mount Baker.

The Parks committee membership is composed of MBCC board members, coordinators of Mt. Baker’s parks and green spaces, and community residents interested in parks issues.  For more information about the committee’s work or to join the committee, contact

Our stewardships and partnerships oversee:

Bradner Gardens Park
Contact Joyce Moty to receive updates.

Charlestown Hillclimb
To get involved, email Friends of Charlestown Hillclimb.

Colman Park
For info contact Colin Macdonald.

Mount Baker Park
To get involved contact Del Davis.

Mount Baker Ridge Viewpoint
To receive work party times contact Ken Valder at 206-234-5367.

The Slice
An old trail from The Serpentine Trail to Triangle Park has recently been rehabilitated. To get involved, find out where it is, or for occasional updates, contact Colin and Ned

Take a walk in the neighborhood.

These neighborhood walking maps were created by your Parks & Open Spaces Committee.

North Loop
This walk includes; Mount Baker Park, Lake Washington Blvd., Lakewood Triangle, "The Comma", Triangle Park, "The Slice", The Serpentine Trail. For a Google Map Click here.

South Loop
This walk includes; Mount Baker Blvd., John Muir Playground, New Sculpture Park, Courtland Place P-Patch, Charlestown Hillclimb, Horton Steps, Hunter Blvd., "The Comma", Triangle Park, "The Slice", The Serpentine Trail. For a Google Map Click here.