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Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Fund Selection Process Timeline

 
Monday, October 4, 2004:
Deadline for Letter of Intent applications. All potential projects need to submit a two-page Letter of Intent application to be eligible to apply to the Opportunity Fund.

October 25, 2004:
Pro Parks Levy Oversight Committee meeting and discussion: Parks staff summarizes Letter of Intent applications received.

By November 30, 2004:
Parks staff provides information on full application process and deadline to those who submitted Letter of Intent applications.

Tuesday, February 1, 2005:
Full Opportunity Fund applications due. Projects must have submitted a Letter of Intent application to be eligible to apply to the Opportunity Fund.

February 28, 2005:
Pro Parks Levy Oversight Committee meeting. Open House and citizen presentations to Committee within a set time limit for projects that submitted applications in North Seattle and East Central Seattle.

March 7, 2005:
Pro Parks Levy Oversight Committee meeting. Open House and citizen presentations to Committee within a set time limit for projects that submitted applications in South Seattle and West Central Seattle.

March 28, 2005:
Pro Parks Levy Oversight Committee meeting. Staff recommendations for priority Opportunity Fund projects presented to the Committee, followed by initial Committee discussion.

April 25, 2005:
Pro Parks Levy Oversight Committee meeting. Committee holds public hearing on staff recommendations for priority Opportunity Fund projects.

May 23, 2005:
Pro Parks Levy Oversight Committee meeting. Oversight Committee discussion and vote on projects to receive second round Opportunity Fund funding.

Summer, 2005:
Committee recommendations for Second Round Opportunity Fund projects are forwarded to Superintendent, Mayor and City Council for approval. City Council legislation is enacted.

Late Summer, 2005:
Second Round Opportunity Fund project awards announced.


 
Updated June 7, 2007
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