By David Pan 

Public portion of parklet now available to public


Last updated 10/6/2021 at 4:48pm

David Pan

Visitors to the waterfront can now access the public portion of the parklet adjacent to Ivar's. A fence to keep people out was removed, while Ivar's still has fenced off its portion of the parklet, which eventually will be turned into an outdoor dining area.

If you were to try to best describe the new waterfront parklet next to Ivar's, one way would be to call it the little parklet that could.

A few days after the entire property – the public portion and Ivar's section – was fenced off due to a disagreement between Ivar's and the City of Mukilteo, most of the fence was taken down, and the public part of the parklet was reopened to visitors. The Port of Everett owns and leases the parklet to Ivar's. The property is located where the approach ramp to the former ferry terminal was situated.

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