Bellevue officials are still trying to decide what to do with Haworth Park and the Bellevue Marina, months after flooding heavily damaged the city's premier camping and recreation site.
Parks Superintendent Mike Francis said the City Council has to determine what plan to implement before city crews can start the recovery process.
"Everything in Haworth is still being looked at," Francis said. "We're assessing everything and figuring out what we're going to be doing."
Francis said one of the key features of the park, the Children's Lewis and Clark Interpretive Art Wall, has seen no further damage since floodwaters receded, but it needs to be stabilized so it doesn't collapse. The wall, built in 2004 using lodging tax grants, was designed to boost tourism in the county.
"It's still intact," he said. "We're just trying to figure out how we can shore it up."
City Administrator Dan Berlowitz said the city has to move forward soon so it can get plans to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Scott Houghtaling, president of the City Council, added that the council is considering how it will go about making decisions.