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Lower Woodland Tennis Court and Cloverleaf Ballfields Lighting Replacement
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Address: Green Lake Way N & N 50th St, Seattle, WA 98103


Project Status

Phase 1 Tennis Court Lighting Replacement

Lower Woodland Cloverleaf Lighting is fully completed.

Phase 2 Lower Woodland Cloverleaf Ballfields

Lower Woodland Field Synthetic Turf Replacement is in use, but requiring additional steps to complete the project.


LOCATION Green Lake Way N & N 50th St,
Seattle, WA 98103
BUDGET The 2008 Parks and Green Spaces Levy provides: $310,000 for the tennis courts design and construction.
The Major Maintenance program provides: $450,000 for the Cloverleaf Ballfields lighting design and construction.
SCHEDULE
Construction: For Cloverleaf Lighting Fall 2013
Completion: Winter 2014

Project Description

This project replaces the lighting on the Lower Woodland Tennis Courts in Phase 1 and the Cloverleaf Ballfields Lighting in Phase 2. It provides for demolition of the existing outmoded lighting system and replacement with a state-of-the-art system. Parks worked with an expert in the field of ballfield lighting who has extensive knowledge of the latest technology.

The goal of the project is to enhance playability and to eliminate as much objectionable glare and light spill into the neighborhood as possible while providing safe and efficient lighting for the field and tennis court users.



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Updated April 22, 2014

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More Information

Peggy Tosdal
800 Maynard Ave S,
Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134
206-684-0998
peggy.tosdal@seattle.gov

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