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Crown Hill School Open Space Development
Pro Parks Project Information

 
Location: 9089 Holman Rd NW, Seattle WA 98117

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EVENTS:

There are no meetings planned at this time.

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Kim Baldwin
800 Maynard Ave S, Suite 300
Seattle, WA 98134
206-615-0810
kim.baldwin@seattle.gov

PROJECT STATUS

Thank you Seattle!

Design efforts initiated under the Pro Parks Levy can now continue with the completion of this acquisition and the passing of the new Parks and Green Spaces Levy. Schematic designs are located below under Meeting #2.

Development funding for this project is provided by the Parks and Green Spaces Levy. This project was on hold because uncertainty surrounding the availability of the property for park use. For development information please visit http://www.seattle.gov/parks/projects/crown_hill/.

Surplus property at the former Crown Hill Elementary School was purchased from the Seattle School District (SSD) on March 20, 2009 for $5.4 million. The original development project anticipated the property would remain under a long-term lease with the Seattle School District. During the course of the 2000 Pro Parks Levy SSD declared the school surplus. The community advocated for the purchase of the site to preserve existing community open space. This 1.71-acre acquisition is one of several relating to preserving surplus SSD property for park use and its purchase fulfills one of Crown Hill’s longstanding community goals in its neighborhood plan. It is anticipated that a portion of the City funding for this purchase will be reimbursed from a pending King County Conservation Futures grant application.

Parks and Green Spaces Levy development funding of $1.2 million will contribute to completing the design and construction of the park. Fire Station 35 will use a portion of the Holman Road frontage for temporary use while its permanent facility is being upgraded.


LOCATION
9089 Holman Rd NW, Seattle WA 98117
BUDGET
The Pro Parks Levy provides $902,125 project costs of planning, design and construction.
SCHEDULE
Planning: Fall 2005
Design: Winter - Fall 2006

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Develop usable open space and improve playfields at Crown Hill School.

COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION

In November 2005, Seattle Parks staff attended the Small Faces Center community open house to introduce the project. Parks followed that with two public meetings in Spring 2006 to discuss improvements with the community.

Meeting #1 03/22/06 Meeting Notes  You will need adobe acrobat reader to view this document.
Site Analysis
Schematic Design

Meeting #2 04/27/06 Meeting Notes You will need adobe acrobat reader to view this document.
Schematic Design #1 You will need adobe acrobat reader to view this document.
Schematic Design #2 You will need adobe acrobat reader to view this document.
Schematic Design #3 You will need adobe acrobat reader to view this document.

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Updated  2/10/2010
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