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Othello Neighborhood Parks Planning
Ribbon of Parks Association

NEIGHBORHOOD MATCHING FUND PROJECT INFORMATION
4351 S Othello St, Seattle WA 98118
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PROJECT STATUS

PUBLIC MEETINGS:

There are no meetings scheduled at this time.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Pamela Kliment
800 Maynard Ave S, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134
206-684-7556
pamela.kliment@seattle.gov

Ribbon of Parks Report
Ribbon of Parks Report
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Ribbon of Parks Map
Ribbon of Parks Map
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Ribbon of Parks Map
Draft Concept Plan
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Community members, plan first public meeting.

Community members, plan first public meeting.

Community members, plan first public meeting.

Community members, plan first public meeting.
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August 2010

SvR has compiled all the comments and suggestions from the three public meetings, comments from other meetings and review comments from Parks. This document will be used to guide planning for parks and greenspace connections in the Othello Neighborhood. It is in the MLK/New Holly (Othello) Neighborhood plan. To view document click here (pdf)

The intent of the plan developed by ROPA plan is that projects will be plucked from the plan to use to make recommendations to city programs, develop projects that can be built by community members and projects that can be suggested to new property owners who want to make contributions to the community.


LOCATION
4351 S Othello St
Seattle, WA 98118
BUDGET
$15,000 Neighborhood Matching Fund
$7,500 Community Match
SCHEDULE
Planning: Spring 2010
Design: 2011

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The Ribbon of Parks Association (ROPA) Ribbon of Parks Association Logo has received a Neighborhood Matching Fund award to hire a landscape architect to gather community input in order to create a planning document that can be used to guide further park development in the Othello Neighborhood Parks.  SvR Design Company has been hired as the design consultant.

The goal of the “Ribbon of Parks Project” is to create a cohesive, practical plan for the existing green spaces and parks, find and strengthen their connections and identify the needs for future green spaces. Through these planning efforts specific park and green space projects will be identified. John C. Little Sr., Othello Park, and Van Asselt Park are the major existing parks in the neighborhood. There will be broad neighborhood outreach.


COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

Community Meeting #1 2/20/2010

Community Meeting #2 3/16/2010

Community Meeting #3 4/27/2010


 
Updated  6/16/2010

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