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York Park Acquisition (formerly York Substation)
Pro Parks Project Information

 
3650 Renton Avenue South

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PROJECT STATUS

EVENTS:

In April 2005 this new park was named York Park.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Donald Harris, Property and Acquisition Services Manager
Seattle Parks and Recreation
800 Maynard Ave. S., 3rd Floor
Seattle, WA 98134
206-684-8018
Thank you, Seattle. This Pro Parks Levy acquisition project is completed!

Seattle Parks and Recreation purchased this surplused City Light substation on August 29, 2003.
LOCATION
3650 Renton Avenue South
BUDGET
SCHEDULE
Completion: Acquisition was completed on August 29, 2003.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The Pro Parks Levy included the purchase of this property as a Neighborhood Parks Acquisition project. The surplused City Light substation is at 3650 Renton Ave S, just southeast of the stoplight on Martin Luther King Jr Way S, and Della St/S. Walden St.

The Levy also included funding for development of the site as community open space.
York final Concept Design Plan
New park and young plants!

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

In 2001, the community held an ice cream social at the site to celebrate its inclusion in the Pro Parks Levy.

Parks conducted a public process regarding the park development of the site. Park construction was completed in 2005.

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