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Licton Springs Habitat Restoration Phase II
Pro Parks Project Information

9524 Ashworth Avenue North

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Randy Robinson
800 Maynard Ave S., 3rd Floor
Seattle, WA 98134-1336

Thank you Seattle. This Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Fund project is complete!

The work on the Licton Springs north boardwalk was completed in 2004. The new boardwalk replaces the old wooden structure connecting the iron springs to the central area of the park. Design and construction work on the boardwalk was done by Seattle Parks staff.

The habitat restoration portion of the Opportunity Fund project was completed earlier.
> more about Licton Springs improvements
9524 Ashworth Avenue North
$100,000 from the Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Fund for planning, design and construction
Planning: 2003
Design: 2003
Construction: 2003-2004
Completion: 2004


Pro Parks Opportunity Fund granted $100,000 to the Licton Springs Community Council to replace the Iron Springs walkway with a walkway that meets Americans with Disabilities Act standards. Funding will also be used to remove invasive plants, mulch, and revegetate with native plants as per the Licton Springs Vegetation Management Plan. Licton Springs
Licton Springs
New Boardwalk


The Friends of Licton Springs Park have supervised work parties on the second Saturday of each month 10-2 p.m. Tools and snacks provided. For more information on work parties and other events contact the Friends of Licton Springs Park: Liz Kearns 206-525-5243.


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