Loyal Heights Play Area Renovation

Updated: December 5, 2017

Fall/Winter 2017

We need your input! Seattle Parks and Recreation is installing new play equipment and improving accessibility at the Loyal Heights play area located in the park west of Loyal Heights Community Center. Please join Seattle Parks and Recreation's Planner, Project Manager and Sr. Landscape Architect at the Loyal Heights Community Center to discuss ideas about the design and provide input on new play equipment.

We are hosting two meetings to inform you about the project and gather your input. The first meeting, on Monday, December 11, will be an opportunity to learn about the project and provide input on play equipment and the overall design for the play area. The second meeting on February 12, 2018 will be an opportunity to review the preferred design and provide input on any final changes that may be desired.
Download the meetings poster

Additionally, we have a survey online. Please take the opportunity to provide early feedback.

  • Meeting 1
    Monday, December 11, 2017
    7 - 8:30 p.m.
    Loyal Heights Community Center
    2101 NW 77th Street, 98117
  • Meeting 2
    Monday, February 12, 2018
    7 - 8:30 p.m.
    Loyal Heights Community Center
    2101 NW 77th Street, 98117
  • Also, please participate in this online survey.

This project will replace play equipment, provide access improvements and improve other features at the park. The scope for the project provides improvements to bring the play area into compliance with current play area safety standards and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) access.

Location

Loyal Heights Playfield, 2101 NW 77th Street, 98117

Budget

King County Parks Levy provides $600,000 for planning, design and construction.

Schedule

Planning & Design: Fall 2017 - Summer 2018
Construction: Fall 2018 (Play area will be closed during construction.)

Project Description

The play area renovation will update play equipment with play structures accessible to children of all abilities, ages 2-5 and 5-12. Additionally, the project will enhance safety and improve play area accessibility in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).