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Judkins Playfield Improvements, Phase 2
Pro Parks Project Information

 
S. Norman St. at 22nd Place S.

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PROJECT STATUS

EVENTS:

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Joelle Ligon, Public Information
800 Maynard Avenue S, 3rd Flr
Seattle, WA 98134
(206)233-7929
Thank you, Seattle. This Playfield Improvement Project is Complete!

Phase 2 implemented priority elements of the Judkins Park Plan within the middle area of the park, generally between Charles St. to the north and Norman St. to the south. See project description below for improvement details.


LOCATION
S. Norman St. at 22nd Place S.
BUDGET
The Pro Parks Levy provides $412,400 project costs of planning, design and construction. The project is also funded by the Parks Departments Major Maintenance Program and a grant from Seattle Public Utilities.
SCHEDULE
Planning: 1999 - 2001
Design: Winter 2001
Construction: Summer 2002
Completion: Spring 2003

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Phase 2 implements priority elements of the Judkins Park Plan within the middle area of the Park, generally between Charles St. to the north and Norman St. to the south. Improvements include:
  • Two new pedestrian spaces- one overlooking the park with three new picnic tables; the other just above field level that may be used for small performances or other gatherings in the future.

  • Improvements to the various pathways including a much-needed connection to the northeast and the 23rd and Jackson commercial area.

  • New park furnishings including picnic tables, benches, and litter receptacles,
  • A new "full cutoff" pedestrian lighting system with far less glare than the old system.

  • Over 65 new trees have also been planted, along with several large new planting beds.


  • Schematic Site Plan approved April 2002

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    COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

    This Project is Phase 2 of the multi-phase Judkins Park Plan begun in 1999. Many opportunities for input have taken place between Fall 1999 and Winter 2001.

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