The Auburn Environmental Park's Wetlands Trail Boardwalk is open!
The Auburn Environmental Park (AEP) is an innovative project that seeks to create a regionally significant open space in an urbanized area that offers opportunities for wetland ecosystem restoration, fish and wildlife enhancement, water quality improvement, economic development, stormwater detention and flood control, public education, and recreation.
The AEP is an approximately 120-acre area that is bounded by 15th Street NW to the north, the Interurban Trail to the east, West Main Street to the south and State Route 167 to the west. An additional 120-acre area west of SR 167 that encompasses a segment of Mill Creek is also being studied for possible future inclusion in the AEP.
- Future Auburn Environmental Park as proposed in 2007 (PDF)
- AEP History (PDF)
- AEP Area Map (PDF)
- Auburn Environmental Park Master Plan DRAFT (PDF)
Your comments are important to the success of the Auburn Environmental Project!
If you have any questions or comments regarding the AEP project, please email our staff.
For more information please contact the City of Auburn Environmental Services staff at 253-931-3090.