South Park Plaza Landbanked Site Park Development

Updated: September 12, 2019

Summer/Fall 2019

This project will develop the .83 acre space acquired by Seattle Parks and Recreation in 2014 to provide the South Park community access to more open space. The Seattle Park District funds the development of this parcel into a park. Seattle Parks and Recreation will work with the community to develop a design for the park.

Please participate in the public process as we work together to design your park spaces.

Interim Activation
Prior to the park development and during the planning process Seattle Parks and Recreation will be working with the community to activate the space. Please visit Park Use Permits to reserve the space for events. Some community events, with enough lead time, may qualify for a Small Sparks Fund grant from the Neighborhood Matching Fund (find out more here).

Watch this site for details about the space activation or contact John Barclay at John.Barclay@seattle.gov for additional information.

Location

8456 Dallas Ave S, 98108

Budget

Seattle Park District provides $2,083,725 for planning, design and construction.

Schedule

Planning: 2018 - 2019
Design: 2019 - 2020
Construction: 2020 - 2021

Project Description

Seattle Parks and Recreation purchased the .83 acre site in 2014 to provide the South Park community access to open space within this high density urban area. The Seattle Park District funds the development of this parcel into a park. Seattle Parks and Recreation will work with the community to develop a design for the park. 
This parcel will not be accessible during construction.

Community Participation

Please participate in the public process as we work together to design your new park space.

Interim Activation
Prior to the park development and during the planning process Seattle Parks and Recreation will be working with the community to activate the space. Please visit Park Use Permits to reserve the space for an event. Some community events, with enough lead time, may qualify for a Small Sparks Fund grant from the Neighborhood Matching Fund. Find out more here.