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Delridge Skatepark Project Information

 

Address: 4458 Delridge Way SW, Seattle WA 98106


Project Status

Thank you Seattle! This project is complete.
Mayor Mike McGinn cut the official ribbon on September 17, 2011 and dedicated the park.

City Council approved construction funding in the amount of $750,000 for the 13,000 square foot skatepark. The project has strong community support from the neighborhood.

A third and final meeting was held on June 22, 2009 presenting the schematic design to the community. Comments were collected from the community and considered for incorporation in the final design.


LOCATION
4458 Delridge Way SW
Seattle WA 98106
BUDGET
Design budget of $76,682 includes site investigations, public process, design and administration. The total construction budget of $750,000 is allocated from the Pro Parks Levy and the Parks and Green Spaces Levy (From which $250,000 was reallocated from named Myrtle Skatepark site.)
SCHEDULE
Construction: Summer 2011
Completion: Late August 2011

Project Description

The plan for this park is to make it an innovative full service skatepark that can accommodate a variety of features and different skill levels.

The skatepark will be located in a complex where existing field sport activities (baseball, soccer, tennis), parking, bathrooms, and basic amenities are currently located. The scale of this project is expected to range from 10,000-15,000 square feet.


Community Participation


Public Meeting #1 7/30/08 Public Meeting #2 1/14/09 Public Meeting #3 6/22/09

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Updated October 6, 2011

Events

Video from Opening Celebration
September 17, 2011

For More Information

Kelly Davidson
Planning & Development
800 Maynard Ave S
Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134
206-684-0998
kelly.davidson@seattle.gov

Opening Celebration Photo
Opening Celebration Photo
Opening Celebration Photo
Opening Celebration Photo
Opening Celebration Photo
Opening Celebration Photos

Work in Progress
Work in Progress


Final Design
Final Design
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