Sequim, WA - Official Website - Interpretive Center
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Interpretive/Outreach Center at the City's Water Reuse Park
Hours and Location
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The Center is not regularly staffed since 2016

For an appointment please contact:
Ann Soule, Resource Manager
City of Sequim Public Works
desk 360-582-2436

500 N. Blake Avenue
(where the restrooms are, near the fishing pond, playfields, and James Center)

Exhibits & Events
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"Coffee with the Mayor" held at the Center in 2015.  Water--and lack of it for the summer of 2015--were discussed, and other timely topics such as funding for parks, concern for SARC and a future Metropolitan Parks District, and whether reclaimed water could be provided to residents for landscaping uses.


Storm & Surface Water Planning displays and an interactive model demonstrating how polluted runoff becomes a problem for our streams and bays - great kids' activity!

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A favorite for many is the aerial photo of the City with an overlay of our water courses: streams, irrigation ditches and stormwater infrastructure

The Events page lists project activities often held at the Center.

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  • Video monitor for educational programs (internet access with WiFi)
  • Resource table with information on raingardens and other techniques for dealing with stormwater
  • Space for small group meetings


Bell Creek exhibit with Tobey Clarkin, winner of the contest for guessing the date Bell Creek began flowing last fall/winter (December 9, 2014).  Tobey is holding an original copper wall hanging donated by Utilities Manager Pete Tjemsland.