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Junction Plaza Park Acquisition
Pro Parks Project Information

NW corner 42nd Ave SW and SW Alaska St.

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In February 2007, this new park was officially named "Junction Plaza Park."


Lise Ward, Senior Property Agent
Seattle Parks and Recreation
800 Maynard Ave. S., 3rd Floor
Seattle, WA 98134
Thank you, Seattle. This Pro Parks Levy acquisition project is complete!

Seattle Parks and Recreation purchased this .15-acre property on September 28, 2005.

On July 29, 2002 Seattle City Council unanimously approved funding through the first cycle of the Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Fund to acquire property for a
new neighborhood park/urban plaza in the
West Seattle Junction.
In 2005, Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Funds were approved toward the development of the park. See Junction Plaza development project.

NW corner 42nd Ave SW and SW Alaska St.
$200,000 was approved for this acquisition through the first cycle of the Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Fund. A Department of Neighborhoods Matching Grant provided funds, and the community contributed to this acquisition.
Completion: Property was acquired September 28, 2005


Junction Plaza
Junction Plaza site

Kay Knapton hosts the Junction Plaza display at an Opportunity Fund open house
Property in the West Seattle Junction was nominated for acquisition through the first funding cycle of the Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Fund by West Seattle Junction citizens.

In September 2005, $200,000 was approved toward park development of the site through the second funding cycle of the Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Fund.


In the 2001 Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Fund nomination, citizens wrote: "The West Seattle Junction Hub Urban Village Neighborhood Plan emphasizes the need to create and develop opportunities for public open space to provide additional "Breathing Room" in the Junction planning area." "West Seattle has a vision of turning a weed-filled vacant lot into an urban plaza that will be a gathering place for people of all ages who live, work, shop and play in the Junction."

The West Seattle Chamber of Commerce also endorsed this project.


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