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RDA Community Gazebo

The Roslyn Downtown Association (RDA) was approached with an idea from Sybil Maer-FIllo, executive director of the Washington Outdoor School, who wanted to see a gazebo that would benefit the Roslyn Outdoor School program and the overall community. After meeting with Cheri Marusa, RDA president, Cheri presented the idea to the RDA board and to the city of Roslyn, who fully supported the project. 

The RDA was grateful to receive a State Local Community Grant to fund the gazebo; the rest is history. 

 Al Montgomery was  the architect and he designed a unique and tranquil structure for all to enjoy. Devin Casto, the owner of Casto’s Inland Construction Group, was hired as the contractor.

The RDA worked with Noah Oliver from the Cultural Resource Program and the Yakama Nation Tribal Council Cultural Committee to design historic informational boards in commemoration of the Yakama Nation.

As you enjoy your outdoor activity along the Coal Mine Trail, stop at the gazebo to read about the Yakama Nation.

Recognition Plaque

Gazebo Panels Preview