Mayor Jim Ferrell spoke to a large audience at the ribbon cutting of the Town Center Steps, a project that has been long-awaited by the City of Federal Way. Ferrell said this newest development is part of the city’s revitalization project, and is another example of how Federal Way “tears down walls” in order to create a brighter future for the community. Haley Donwerth/staff photo

Mayor Jim Ferrell spoke to a large audience at the ribbon cutting of the Town Center Steps, a project that has been long-awaited by the City of Federal Way. Ferrell said this newest development is part of the city’s revitalization project, and is another example of how Federal Way “tears down walls” in order to create a brighter future for the community. Haley Donwerth/staff photo

Federal Way celebrates completion of new Town Center steps

The downtown staircase just below the PAEC offers a connected path to Town Square Park.

Mayor Jim Ferrell spoke to a large audience at the recent ribbon cutting of the Town Center Steps, a project that has been long-awaited by the city of Federal Way.

Ferrell said this newest development is part of the city’s revitalization project, and is another example of how Federal Way “tears down walls” to create a brighter future for the community.

City leaders, elected officials, and community members gathered for the ribbon cutting ceremony of the Town Center Steps, at 31510 Pete von Reichbauer Way South,	on Wednesday, Dec. 4. Photo courtesy of Bruce Honda

City leaders, elected officials, and community members gathered for the ribbon cutting ceremony of the Town Center Steps, at 31510 Pete von Reichbauer Way South, on Wednesday, Dec. 4. Photo courtesy of Bruce Honda

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