Peanuts Park and Pasco Farmers Market
The city of Pasco formally reopened Peanuts Park and the Pasco Farmers Market on March 11, following a $5.8 million renovation of the popular park and market in downtown Pasco.
The project installed new covers in the farmers market area, replaced 1970s-era concrete features and upgraded infrastructure to support food trucks and events. Bathrooms were replaced as well.
Funding was provided through a federal Community Development Block Grant Loan, two appropriations from the Washington Legislature and the city’s general fund.
The park updates, coupled with the nearby Lewis Street Overpass project, are designed to strengthen downtown.
Work began in March 2021.
MacKay Sposito served as construction manager. Booth & Sons Construction was the general contractor.