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Victor Steinbrueck Park
Parks and Green Spaces Levy
Project Information


Location: 2001 Western Ave (North end of Pike Place Market)

Project Status

Summer 2014
Seattle Parks and Recreation held community planning meetings in the spring/summer of 2008 in anticipation of the Parks and Green Spaces Levy.

With the funding of the Levy and the new Waterfront planning Parks will host additional public planning meetings to discuss the future renovation of the park. We anticipate scheduling our first public meeting by the end of the year after City Council's review.

Seattle Parks is working in collaboration with the Waterfront planning group.

2001 Western Ave (North end of Pike Place Market)
The Parks and Green Spaces Levy allocates $1.6 million dollars to this project.
Design: 2014 - 2015

Project Description

As included in the Parks and Green Spaces Levy language improvements to the park will include improvements to public safety including but not limited to improving sight lines into the park, renovating seating, renovating the former children's play area, improving and expanding lighting, and upgrading landscaping subject to the following:

  1. The Council determines whether the project is needed after it has evaluated how well the removal of the automated public toilet, installation and operations of surveillance cameras, and increased policing address public safety issues in and around the Park.
  2. If Council determines the project should proceed, the Department of Parks and Recreation will conduct a project design process with broad public outreach and submit a project design to the Council for its review and approval prior to appropriation of levy funds for construction.

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Updated July 8, 2014


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800 Maynard Ave S
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Seattle, WA 98134

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