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Licorice Fern Natural Area on Thornton Creek
Project Information

 

Location: 13002 10th Ave. NE


Project Status

Fall 2011
Friends of Thornton Creek Park #1 are happy to announce that on February 25, 2011 they signed a contract with GAYNOR, Inc. to manage the planning process for the Park in 2011. Anita Fisk signed for the Friends, and Peggy Gaynor signed for GAYNOR, Inc.

The planning process will include three public meetings to be scheduled for March-June. Watch for announcements of the dates and location, to be in our Pinehurst / Jackson Park / Olympic Hills area.


LOCATION
13002 10th Ave. NE
BUDGET
$20,000 Small and Simple Neighborhood Matching Fund Award for design
SCHEDULE
Planning:
Design: 2011
Construction:
Completion:

Project Description

The project focuses on Thornton Creek Park #1 located roughly between NE 130th and 10th Ave NE and 15th Ave NE in the Pinehurst neighborhood. In the northeast, the park dead ends at the Bridgehaven Condominiums. (see map)

The goal of the project is to encourage neighborhood participation in forest restoration and creating opportunities to encourage more people to enjoy the park in a responsible fashion. It is part of the Thornton Creek Watershed. (see map)


Community Participation

 


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Updated January 17, 2012

Events

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For More Information

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

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Watershed Map
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Park #1 Area Map
Park #1 Area Map
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