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Bitter Lake

The Bitter Lake P-Patch is being developed with the effort of many volunteers and funding support from the Parks and Green Spaces Levy.  It will be located on the North side of the Bitter Lake Reservoir Open Space near N. 143rd St. and Linden Ave. N.

Bitterlake Design

What's New?
The Bitter Lake P-Patch has just been sown with its first gardeners!  With plots assigned, this garden will begin to take shape as an active part of the Bitter Lake Community.

Get Involved

The best way to stay up to date about the Bitter Lake P-Patch is by joining the community-run e-mail list.


Getting A Garden Plot

Also be sure to join the Interest List to make sure we know you're interested in this P-Patch and to receive periodic email updates from the P-Patch program.

 

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Directions

(Map)

From Downtown:

  1. I-5 North
  2. Exit 175 (NE 145th Street)
  3. Left onto 5th Ave NE
  4. Left on NE 145th Street
  5. Left at Linden Ave N

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Address

N 143rd & Linden Ave N (Map)

Details

Size: 15,000 sq'
Established: 2013
Number of plots: 29
Plot Size: 100 & 200 sq'
Average wait: new
Ownership of land: Seattle Public Utilities

Features

Parks & Green Spaces Levy Funding

Bus Routes

358, 28, 5
Metro Bus Trip Planner

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E-mail List

Interest List

How Plots are Assigned.

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Garden Design

 
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