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Magnolia Manor Park

Magnolia Manor was designed and developed with money Parks & Green Spaces Levy, additional fundraising and labor by the Magnolia Manor community.


Sustainable Magnolia, a neighborhood organization, received a Small and Simple Neighborhood Matching Fund award form the Department of Neighborhoods to host a community-driven process, including three public input meetings, to create an updated site design for Magnolia Manor Park, with the goal of creating a mixed-use place of beauty, vibrancy, and sustainability for all members of the community. In addition to other features, such as a dog off-leash area, the park will include space for a new P-Patch Garden. With design work completed, the newly formed Friends of Magnolia Manor Park are spearheading development of the park over the coming year.

Get Involved!

The best way to stay informed is through the Friends of Magnolia Manor Park facebook page. Also, be sure to join the Interest List to let us know you're interested in this P-Patch.

Getting a Garden Plot

New garden plots are assigned based on involvement. While the City provides support, new gardens are built by the community. Neighbors come together to envision, design, and eventually construct a unique garden that meets their needs and reflects their neighborhood identity. Thus, community commitment through volunteering is the primary factor in assigning plots in a new garden. If you are interested in getting a plot join the Interest List and please see How Plots are Assigned.


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From Downtown:

  1. Drive North on 1st Ave
  2. Left at Denny
  3. Continue onto Western
  4. Continue onto Elliot
  5. Continue onto 15th Ave W
  6. Left onto Dravus
  7. Right onto 28th


3430 27th Ave W (Map)


Size: 15,600 sq'
Established: 2013
Number of plots: 46
Plot Sizes: 100-200 sq'
Average wait: 1 year
Ownership of land: Seattle Public Utilities


Parks & Green Spaces Levy Funding

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24, 33
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Friends of Magnolia Manor Park

Seattle Parks Page


Interest List

How Plots are Assigned.

Project Planning and Development History
Full Park Design Report
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