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Jackson Park Golf Course Projects
Location: 1000 NE 135th St, Seattle WA 98125
Cart path and golf hole renovation was completed late 2012, grow in is underway on the new driving range grass. New golf holes opened for play March 15, 2013the perimeter trail opened to the public February 14. Work is underway to prepare the site for the upcoming range building, netting and pole construction.
R. W. Thorpe and Associates with sub consultants Waterleaf Architects are working to facilitate re bidding the range building. Parks anticipates a fall 2013 construction start.
A community celebration and ribbon cutting took place on September 28. Parks Senior Landscape Architect Frank Robinson delivered a great design for the perimeter trail, Contractor TF Sahli delivered quality work that has been well received by the community.
The Seattle Parks and Recreation Department will renovate the Golf Cart Paths, integrate a new double deck driving range which maximizes the number of stalls and shall be integrated into the site located on the existing 10th hole, and implement a perimeter pedestrian trail into the Jackson Park Golf Course. These projects are consistent with Seattle Parks and Recreation’s Golf Master Plan, dated May 2009.
The Friends of Jackson Park Trail applied for and were awarded a $15,000 Small and Simple matching fund from the Department of Neighborhoods in 2009. The community worked with the Parks Department and Larson Casteel Landscape Architects to develop a more refined design and plan for the implementation of a loop trail at Jackson Park.
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Golf Course Projects
Public Meeting #1 11/09/11
Public Meeting #2 2/9/12
The following meetings were held during the planning phase.
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Updated October 3, 2013
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