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Crown Hill Park
Parks and Green Spaces Levy
Development Project Information

 

Location: Holman Rd NW and 13th Ave NW -
9089 Holman Rd NW, Seattle WA 98117


Project Status

Thank you Seattle. This project is complete.

Thank you to Skate-Like-A-Girl and Crown Hill Center for helping us throw a great opening celebration on May 19, 2012.

The park features a renovated ballfield, open lawn area, a skateboard mini-ramp, artistic play features, good pathway circulation and landscaping.

Seattle Parks and Recreation officially named the park Crown Hill Park in July 2010.


LOCATION
Holman Rd NW and 13th Ave NW
BUDGET
$1,200,000 funded by the Parks and
Green Spaces Levy
SCHEDULE
Planning: Complete
Design: Spring 2011
Construction: Summer 2011
Completion: Fall 2011

Project Description

This project renovates existing ballfields and adjacent newly acquisitioned land. Pedestrian circulation, celebrated entries, open space, areas for play, skate dots, a newly renovated field, seating, and plantings are among the many elements being considered.


Community Participation

In November 2005, Seattle Parks staff attended the Small Faces Center community open house to introduce the project. Parks followed that with two public meetings in Spring 2006 to discuss improvements with the community.

Meeting #1 03/22/06

Meeting #2 04/27/06 Meeting #3 04/28/10 Meeting #4 08/02/10


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Updated August 29, 2012

Events

The community celebrated their great new space on Saturday, May 19, 2012 with a skateboarding clinic, tricycle race, food and fun!

For More Information

Kim Baldwin
800 Maynard Ave S
Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134
206-615-0810
kim.baldwin@seattle.gov

Opening Celebration Photo
Opening Celebration Photo
Opening Celebration Photo
Opening Celebration Photo
Opening Celebration
Photos by Erik Stuhaug

Final Site Plan
Final Site Plan


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