969 Weaver Road. Closest cross streets: Wyatt Way and Weaver Road.
Rotary Park is a 9.6-acre park on the east side of Weaver Road between High School Road and Wyatt Way. The property was donated to the Park District by the Rotary Club in 1966 and has become home to Bainbridge Island Little League.
Over the years, parents of Little League players have extensively developed the ballfields, snack shack, and spectator areas. The park contains two baseball fields, batting cages, an open field area, and children's play equipment.
ROTARY PARK IMPROVEMENTS
The graphic below helps to illustrate the scope of the Rotary proposal set over existing park features. Mouse over the image to view the overlay of the proposed changes. Please view the documents to the left for full information and explanation.
A public meeting to update the public on Rotary Park Improvements will be held on
April 18, 2013, 6:00pm, Strawberry Hill Center.
Supporting documents for April 18, 2013 Public Meeting:
Update on Re-Development Grant Application 9/13/12: The Park District was recently notified that it scored very well in the State’s Local Park funding competition and its grant application for Rotary Park Re-development this summer. This project is a partnership involving Bainbridge Island Little League and Rotary Club. This award is contingent upon the legislature approving funding levels for the Washington Wildlife & Recreation Program in the first half of 2013 at near or current fiscal funding levels. The project award is $50 0,000.00 and represents a tremendous step forward toward efforts at renovating the District’s first park.
Supporting Documents for May 26, 2011 Public Meeting