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Walt Hundley Playfield Renovation
Parks and Green Spaces Levy
Project Information


Location: 6920 34th Avenue SW

Project Status

Thank you Seattle! This project is complete.
The West Seattle Soccer Club inaugurated the new field with a day full of youth soccer games on November 5, 2011.

Parks awarded the contract for the site work to Terra Dynamics. The installation of the synthetic turf, purchased through King County Directors Association, began September 22nd. When the turf installation was completed, Terra Dynamics finished all site restoration and install a barrier fence along S.W. Myrtle. In April 2011, the Seattle City Council allocated funding from the Parks and Green Space Levy to two field projects, Walt Hundley and Washington Park Playfield.

Parks held a public meeting to discuss the improvements to the playfield on April 27, 2011. Please see the overview and notes below.

6920 34th Avenue SW
The Parks and Green Spaces Levy provides $1 million for planning design and construction.
Planning: Spring 2011
Design: Spring 2011
Construction: Summer - Early Fall 2011
Completion: Late Fall 2011

Project Description

The completed field will have inlaid lines supporting, one adult soccer pitch, one U-11 soccer pitch, three U-10 soccer pitches, football hash marks and Ultimate Frisbee reference marks.

The renovation to the field includes:

  • Replacement of the existing all weather Cushion-Turf field surface with synthetic turf.
  • ADA access from the east side of the field to the internal park pathways to the north.

Community Participation

Public Meeting 4/27/2011

Important Links

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Updated November 8, 2011


There are no events scheduled at this time.

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For More Information

Ted Holden
800 Maynard Ave S
Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134

Opening Day Photo by Steve Shay

Opening Day Photo by Steve Shay

Opening Day Photo by Steve Shay
Opening Day Photos
by Steve Shay
West Seattle Herald

Site Plan
Site Plan
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Site Plan Detail
Site Plan Detail
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Existing Conditions
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