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Pola Andre Park

Subfacility of City of DuPont Parks & Open Spaces


  1. Benches
  2. Bike Trail
  3. Dogi-Pot Receptacle
  4. Drinking Fountain
  5. Natural Areas
  6. Open Turf Area
  7. Picnic Tables
  8. Street Parking
  9. Trail System
  10. Walking Paths (Unpaved)
  11. Wildlife Viewing

Originally known as "Tract I" Park, this park was renamed in 2016. Pola Andre was the clerk for the town in a time when no one wanted to be Mayor. In 1979, she was appointed as the first female mayor for the Town of DuPont. Her legacy was the "Mayoral Task Force" which heavily revitalized the town and upgraded the utilities including cable television, paved roadways with sidewalks and storm water system, and eventually community sewer in the area that is today known as the "Historic Village". 

She was elected during a transitional time for the town as the Weyerhaeuser Company had bought the 3200 acres of land occupied by the DuPont Company and were deciding on how best to use the land. She worked closely with Weyerhaeuser on further plans which eventually led them to create plans for Northwest Landing. She had a master's degree in music and would give piano lessons to people in town even while acting as Mayor. 

The park is walking distance to the DD, HH & KK trails within the DuPont Trails System.