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Pro Parks Levy Opportunity Fund First Funding Cycle 2001-2002 Applications Received

 

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40 applications were received in December 2001 - including development and acquisition projects in each region of the city.

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Development Project Proposals Amount Requested
NW
1. Meridian Playground and Good Shepherd Community Access $119,911
2. Carkeek Park Community Project – Building Component 110,426
3. Haller Lake Street End Park 110,000
4. Licton Springs Habitat Restoration Phase II 105,200
5. Phinney Neighborhood Center Site Plan 400,000
6. Play Field at COHO*NOMS School 140,000
NE
1. University Playfield Park "Landmark" Fence and Entrance Statements 250,000
2. Thornton Creek Park #6 Phase II Trail and Habitat Enhancement 100,000
3. Brooklyn Parks and Open Space Master Plan 100,000
4. Daylight Thornton Creek 500,000
CW
1. Freeway Park Way Finding 150,000
2. Belltown Cottage Park/Growing Vine St./Belltown P-Patch Soil Remediation 130,000
3. Chinatown-International District Lighting Project 150,559
4. International District Village Square Phase 2 Community Center 500,000
CE
1. Spruce Park Garden Steps 350,000
2. Renovation of Flo Ware Park 250,000
3. Harvard and Thomas Park 120,900
4. Mount Baker Ridge Viewpoint Park 278,000
SW
1. Cesar Chavez Park 194,985
2. Whale Tail Park Redevelopment Project 100,000
SE
1. Mt. Baker Rowing and Sailing Center Facility Expansion 500,000
2. Friends of Hitt’s Hill – natural open space reclamation project 150,000
3. Mapes Creek/52nd Avenue Walkway 150,000
4. Beer Sheva Playground 100,000
5. Graham Hill Elementary School Playground 100,000


Acquisition Project Proposals Amount Requested
NW
1. Greenwood Park Annex (slate of 4 properties) $1,000,000
2. Fremont Peak Park 450,000
3. Ballard Open Space (slate of 5 properties)  
a. 17th NW Neighborhood Park 398,000
b. The Corner Park 248,000
c. Shilshole View Park 558,000
d. 30th Avenue NW Park 268,000
e. Baker Park Expansion 330,000
NE
1. Maple Leaf Community Garden 150,000
2. Northgate Mall South Parking Lot 1,000,000
3. Pinehurst Pocket Park 150,000
CW
1. Gilman Spring Art Oasis 61,450 to 129,450
2. Submerged Parcel Park purchase price unknown
CE
1. Lloyd’s Rocket Triangle 500,000
2. Mount Baker Ridge Viewpoint Park 185,000
SW
1. Palm Avenue Substation 225,000
2. Ercolini Property 509,000
3. Junction Plaza 200,000
4. Gateway North Park Pumping Station 99,420
SE
1. P-Patch Orchard 51,000

 
Updated June 7, 2007
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