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Dakota Place Park Acquisition (formerly California Substation)
Pro Parks Project Information

 
4304 SW Dakota Street

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PROJECT STATUS

EVENTS:

In July 2005, this new park was named Dakota Place Park.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Donald Harris, Property and Acquisition Services Manager
Seattle Parks and Recreation
800 Maynard Ave. S., 3rd Floor
Seattle, WA 98134
206-684-8018
donald.harris@seattle.gov

 

Thank you Seattle! This Pro Parks acquisition project is complete.
The environmental cleanup of the Seattle City Light-owned building and site began on site in October 2004 and was completed in April 2005.

The first operations fully enclosed the existing building so that contaminants from electric utility use of the building since 1930 could be safely removed.

After completion of the cleanup, the property was transferred from City Light to Seattle Parks and Recreation on August 31, 2005.
LOCATION
4304 SW Dakota Street
BUDGET
SCHEDULE
Planning:Complete
Design:Complete
Construction:Cleanup: late 2004 to spring 2005
Completion:Second quarter 2005

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The Pro Parks Levy includes the purchase of the California Substation as a Neighborhood Parks Acquisition Project. The surplused City Light substation is at the corner of California Ave SW and SW Dakota St, near the West Seattle Junction.

The Levy also provides funding for development of the property as a park site.
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