Seattle Parks and Recreation invites community to an Open House for High Point Community Center play area renovation project

Other City departments will also be in attendance to provide community updates and services

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) invites the community to provide input on the High Point Community Center play area renovation project on Saturday, April 8, 2017 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the High Point Community Center, 6920 34th Ave. SW. Weather permitting, the event will be held outside near the play area. The landscape architect, project planner and project manager will provide information on the renovation project and gather community input on play features and amenities. The play area is south of the community center near the tennis courts.

This is an all-ages event with light snacks and children’s activities. We encourage all to attend and participate by providing input on the best play area design option for the High Point neighborhood.

This project will replace the play equipment, provide access improvements, and improve safety and other features at the park.

The Seattle Park District provided the funding for this play area improvement project. Approved by Seattle voters in 2014, the Seattle Park District provides more than $47 million a year in long-term funding for Seattle Parks and Recreation, including maintenance of parklands and facilities, operation of community centers and recreation programs, and development of new neighborhood parks on previously-acquired sites.

Translated meeting notices and additional information can be found here: http://www.seattle.gov/parks/about-us/current-projects/high-point-play-area-renovation. If you have questions about the project, or if you would like to request accommodations or need an interpreter, please contact Karimah Edwards, Seattle Parks and Recreation at 206-233-0063 or karimah.edwards@seattle.gov.

Seattle Parks and Recreation is partnering with other City departments to provide the High Point community with updates on other City projects and services. The following will be available during this all-ages event:

  • Wondering what Democracy Vouchers are, and how you can use them this year to support participating candidates running for City Council or City Attorney?
    • Come talk with the Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission about the Democracy Voucher Program and have all your questions about this brand new, first-of-its-kind public financing system answered. Learn who the participating candidates are, how to get replacement vouchers, and more!  For more information, stop by our table, visit our website at www.seattle.gov/democracyvoucher, or contact us at democracyvoucher@seattle.gov or (206) 727-8855
  • Seattle Department of Transportation will provide information on the Fauntleroy Boulevard Project, Delridge RapidRide H Line, Summer Play Streets and other Street Use Permits:
      • The Fauntleroy Boulevard Project builds upon previous planning work done by the community to create a gateway entrance to West Seattle via mobility, landscaping, and lighting improvements to Fauntleroy Way SW between 35th Ave SW and SW Alaska St. We’re currently refining the design, including collecting feedback from the community. Visit the project webpage to learn more and complete an online comment form, now through March 31.
      • The Metro RapidRide H Line project will provide fast, frequent, and reliable public transportation between Downtown Seattle and Burien through the Delridge neighborhood. We’re seeking input on two options. Participate in our online open house and survey at http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/rapidrideh.htm. Project materials will be available at this event.
      • Apply Now for Summer Play Streets! With a FREE play street permit, you can temporarily limit your block to local traffic so that kids (and adults) can go out and play in the street. With the extra space, you can play hopscotch or 4-square, have a dance party, practice yoga, create art, have 3-legged races, bounce a ball, skate, bike, and run. The options are endless! The summer season begins on April 1 and ends September 30, 2017. Play streets can happen once or regularly throughout the season, up to three times a week, six hours per day. Learn more and apply at http://www.seattle.gov/transportation/playstreets.htm

 

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Community input needed for High Point Community Center play area renovation project

Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) invites the community to provide input on the High Point Community Center play area renovation project on Saturday, February 25, 2017 from 1 to 3 p.m. at the High Point Community Center, 6920 34th Ave. SW.  The landscape architect, project planner and project manager will provide information on the renovation project and gather community input on play features and amenities. The play area is south of the community center near the tennis courts. This is an all-ages event with light snacks and children’s activities. We encourage all to attend and participate by providing input on the best play area design option for the High Point neighborhood.

This project will replace the play equipment, provide access improvements, and improve safety and other features at the park. Please participate in a survey for the project.

The Seattle Park District provided the funding for this play area improvement project. Approved by Seattle voters in 2014, the Seattle Park District provides more than $47 million a year in long-term funding for Seattle Parks and Recreation including maintenance of parklands and facilities, operation of community centers and recreation programs, and development of new neighborhood parks on previously acquired sites.

A survey for the play area project, translated meeting notices and additional information can be found here http://www.seattle.gov/parks/about-us/current-projects/high-point-play-area-renovation. If you have questions about the project or would like to request accommodations or need an interpreter please contact Karimah Edwards, Seattle Parks and Recreation at 206-233-0063 or karimah.edwards@seattle.gov

 

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