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Harrison Ridge Greenbelt
Pro Parks Project Information

 
32nd Avenue East

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PROJECT STATUS

EVENTS:

The Pro Parks Levy's $10 million Green Spaces category funds acquisitions to preserve Seattles green spaces. In 2002, the Oversight Committee included Harrison Ridge Greenbelt among 13 of the Citys adopted Green Spaces to be considered for acquisition.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Lise Ward, Senior Real Property Agent
Seattle Parks and Recreation
800 Maynard Ave S, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134

206-733-9106

Thank you Seattle! This acquisition is complete.
Seattle Parks purchased .19 acres in the Harrison Ridge Green Belt in the fall of 2007.


LOCATION
32nd Avenue East

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Potential acquisitions to connect and extend existing green space in the Harrison Ridge Greenbelt.

This greenbelt is located in Seattle's Madison Valley along 32nd Ave E between E Denny Way and E Thomas St.


COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

Citizens have played an active role in volunteering to restore this greenbelt, and created an illustrated curriculum, "City Woods," that uses the greenbelt to teach the natural and cultural history of the neighborhood.


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