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Pier 62-63 PILING REPLACEMENT and
CENTRAL WATERFRONT PARK PLANNING PROCESS

 
For more information, contact: David Graves | (206) 684-7048 | david.graves@seattle.gov

PUBLIC MEETINGS

Briefing & Public Hearing
October 26
6 p.m.
This staff recommendation will be reviewed by the Board of Parks Commissioners, followed by a hearing to receive public testimony.

Park Board Recommendation
November 9
6 p.m.
The Board will make a recommendation to the Parks Superintendent at their November 9 meeting. The Superintendent will then make his recommendation to the Mayor, along with draft legislation to adopt the plan. The Seattle City Council will likely take action on this master plan in early 2007.

Additional Information

For more information, contact:
David Graves
206-684-7048
david.graves@seattle.gov

EIS Study Area

EIS Study Area

Staff Preferred Alternative

Multipurpose Pier
Multipurpose Pier
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Seattle Parks is working, in the larger context of city planning for the downtown central waterfront and the Alaska Way Viaduct, on options for replacement of Piers 62/63, and upgrades and improvements to Waterfront Park. Structural concerns at both Piers 62/63 and Waterfront Park have prompted this analysis. The Central Waterfront Master Parks Plan Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) is the final document in the SEPA process for the adoption of a Central Waterfront Master Parks Plan. This document includes analyses previously presented in the Draft EIS that was issued June 27, 2006 as well as public comment on that document and Seattle Parks and Recreation’s responses to such comments.

Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)
for the Central Waterfront Master Parks Plan


Draft EIS


Background Information

Parks Planning Feasibility Study

The Central Waterfront Park Planning Feasibility Study was commissioned by Seattle Parks and Recreation (Parks), at the direction of the City Council, in an effort to comprehensively
address several upcoming opportunities to reinvigorate Seattle’s Central Waterfront. These include the following specific areas: Piers 62/63, Waterfront Park and expansion of the Seattle Aquarium, Marine Nearshore Habitat, and SR 99 Tunnel Lid.

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Last Update May 4, 2007
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