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Pinehurst Pocket Park Development
Pro Parks Project Information

NE 117th St and 19th Ave NE

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Lynn Sullivan
Seattle Parks and Recreation
800 Maynard Ave. S., 3rd Floor
Seattle, WA 98134

Pinehurst Parks Dedication
Pinehurst Dedication
Pinehurst Dedication
Pinehurst Pocket
Pinehurst Pocket
Pinehurst Pocket

July 2007

Thank You Seattle, this park is complete!

The opening celebration was held on July 28, 2007.

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NE 117th St and 19th Ave NE
$100,000 -- Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Fund
$ 87,075+ -- Pinehurst Community Council
SCHEDULE Planning: 2006
Design: 2006
Construction: November 2006
Completion: March 2007


The community hired Artist Sara Mall Johani to design and install three art components: the plaza incorporates children's games in its surface and is intended to inspire the invention of new games. Sara also sculpted a "replica" of the historic Pinehurst steam tractor that once roamed the neighborhood streets, and installed columnar basalt "mini" columns at each park entrance.

The Pinehurst Community Council nominated this park development project through the second cycle of the Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Fund. Their goal was to create "a quiet, easily accessible, pedestrian-oriented...park within the Pinehurst neighborhood."

This project developed a park at a site purchased in 2004 by Seattle Parks, with funding from the first cycle of the Opportunity Fund and the King County Conservation Futures Tax.



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