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4432 35th Ave SW

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Joseph Neiford
800 Maynard Ave S, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134

Thank you Seattle this project is complete!

4432 35th Ave SW
The Pro Parks Levy provides $1,737,378 project costs for planning, design and construction.
Planning: 2004
Design: 2005-2006
Construction: Summer/Fall 2006
Completion: Spring 2007


Improve the track and field events with up to date surfaces and enclosures at the existing site. This will enable Parks to continue sponsoring organized track and field meets during the spring and summer months.

1. Track Upgrade Renovate and resurface the track to remove surface irregularities (high spots, low spots, and soft spots) and provide a competitive new synthetic 400 meter track surface with 100 meter sprint run outs.

2. Field Events (track-related) Install new synthetic surfacing of the existing turf field end areas (D-zones). Rebuild or install new field events on this synthetic all-weather surface. These include: long jump/triple jump, high jump, pole vault, shot out, discus, javelin and new steeplechase water pit obstacle. Associated equipment shall also be provided including new goal posts for the football field.


Parks held one community meetingon June 21, 2005 to present concept designs.


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