Golden Gardens Drainage and Stairway Renovation
Updated: January 3, 2017
Thank you Seattle this project is complete!
The project replaced multiple sections of failing stairs with a new 6 ft. wide concrete stairway. New ADA-compliant hand railings and landings were installed as part of the renovation. Drainage improvements included replacement of deteriorated storm drain infrastructure and enhancement of the open concrete channel adjacent to the stairway. The improved drainage system will capture and redirect localized surface and subsurface flows to reduce subgrade settling and re-occurrence of current erosion problems. The work was done in accordance with applicable environmental and regulatory requirements.
Funding for the project was provided by the 2008 voter-approved Parks and Green Spaces Levy.
Golden Gardens Park, 8498 Seaview Pl NW
The Parks and Green Spaces Levy allocated $438,000 for planning, design and construction. Funds for this project have been redirected from the Seattle Asian Art Museum renovation project.
Planning: Summer – Fall 2015
Design: Fall 2015 – Spring 2016
Construction: Summer – Fall 2016
Completion: Winter 2016
This project provides drainage improvements and replaces the damaged stairway steps from the lower park area to the dog-off-leash- area. The purpose of the project is to renovate the existing storm drainage system that collects and directs some of the park surface and subsurface drainage flows from the upper road through the mid-parking lot at the dog-off-leash- area to the appropriate drainage area The scope will include replacing damaged steps with a new stairway, and replacing the drainage channel from the top of the steps to the open channel.
This will improve the drainage system and related impacts such as hillside erosion. The work will be done in accordance with environmental and regulatory requirements.
Public Meeting 10/7/2015