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Ward Springs Park
Pro Parks Project Information

 
4th Ave. N and Ward Street.

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PROJECT STATUS

EVENTS:

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Pamela Kliment
800 Maynard Ave S. #300
Seattle, WA 98134
206-684-7556

New Park Completed
Theres a new addition to the list of panoramic views in Seattle. Ward Springs Park is complete. Residents of the Ward Springs area of Queen Anne teamed up with the citys Parks and Recreation and Neighborhoods Departments to create this brand new park with sweeping views of the city from a high-density, single and multi-family residential area. A grand opening ceremony was held on
Saturday, June 1, 2002.
LOCATION
4th Ave. N and Ward Street.
BUDGET
The Pro Parks Levy provides $126,813 project costs of planning, design and construction.
SCHEDULE

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The project is a great example of volunteerism and community building in action. Park volunteers donated their time and talents to turn site of a former SPU pumping station into a community jewel. They did most of the labor and worked tirelessly to get grants from several foundations and corporations, plus funding from the Department of Neighborhoods and the Pro Parks levy.

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

Friends and neighbors joined City officials at the opening ceremony on Saturday, June 1, 2002

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