Improvements are coming to the Snohomish Boys & Girls Club, as well as to the Lake Stevens Early Learning Library and Frontier Heights playground.

The passage of the 2020 Supplemental Capital Budget on Thursday, will bring improvements to communities across Washington, including here in Snohomish County.

“The capital budget is about improving quality of life in communities across our state,” said Sen. Steve Hobbs (D-Lake Stevens). “I’m particularly proud of the investment we’re making in the Snohomish Boys & Girls Club. This organization makes such a tremendous and lasting impact in the life of kids and I’m so happy that we can play a small role in helping them succeed in their very noble mission.”

The Frontier Heights playground in Lake Stevens is in need of replacement and safety upgrades. This investment will include new playground equipment, basketball courts, bathrooms and other improvements.

“I’m really excited about this improvement,” Hobbs said. “This is pretty close to where I live and I know there are a bunch of kids and families that are really going to enjoy having access to a brand new playground.”

The 2020 session adjourned on Thursday.