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Courtland Place

Community Open Space

Courtland Place P-Patch was born out of a need to reclaim an unused section of Spokane Street right-of-way for the greater good of the local community. Formerly, the land was the site of drug dealing and other illegal activities. It is now a neighborhood magnet; where people congregate for neighborhood meetings, parties, and camaraderie. This P-Patch is distinguishable by its identical raised beds, native plant border, and cedar tool shed.

If you are interested in the potential of gardening here get on the Interest List, you can do that by clicking here.



From Downtown:

  1. Take I-5 South / I-90 East ramp towards Bellevue / Spokane
  2. Merge onto I-90 East and get into right lane as soon as possible
  3. Take the Rainier Ave S exit, exit #3
  4. Turn Right on Rainier Ave S
  5. Go 1.3 miles and turn Left on S Walden St
  6. Continue on S Horton St
  7. Turn Right on York Rd S
  8. Turn Right on 36th Ave S
  9. Turn Right on S Spokane St
  10. P-Patch is straight ahead



3600 36th Ave S
(36th S and S Spokane St) (Map)


Size: 2500 square feet
Established: 1999
Number of plots: 23
Plot Size: 100 sq'
Average wait: less than 1 year
Ownership of land: Seattle Transporation


Year round gardening

10 x 10 plots

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