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PARK(ing) Day Plus+: September 16 & 17, 2016

PARK(ing) Day Plus+ is just around the corner and now is the time to start planning out which projects youll visit! Check out the map below to see where the pop-up parks and street improvements are coming to your neighborhood. PARK(ing) Day Plus+ is happening on both Friday, September 16 and Saturday, September 17 from 10 AM 7 PM this year, so check the map to see when each of the projects will be set up.

If youd like to stay up-to-date on the installations throughout the city, well be live-tweeting the event @seattledot on Twitter. Also, be sure to use #parkingdaySEA for your own photos.

PARK(ing) Day happens once a year in September and is an opportunity for Seattleites to rethink how streets can be used. Seattle has participated in this international event since 2007 and given people the opportunity to temporarily turn on-street parking spots into public spaces. The program is intended to encourage creative placemaking while raising awareness about the importance of walkable, livable, and healthy communities.

Due to the overwhelming success of PARK(ing) Day in past years, we're trying out a new expansion of the program in 2016, which we're calling PARK(ing) Day Plus+. This expansion will extend the event for one additional day and allow participants to demonstrate creative street improvement ideas in addition to building temporary pop-up parks.

PARK(ing) Day is also a great opportunity to celebrate the parklets and streateries that have opened in Seattle. Parklets and streateries are an outgrowth of PARK(ing) Day and provide a way for businesses and community groups to convert on-street parking into open space on a longer-term basis. Check out the Parklet and Streatery Program website for more information.


Host Neighborhood Address Date
The West Studio Atlantic 847 Hiawatha Pl S 9/16-9/17
AHBL Downtown 1314 6th Ave 9/16
Alliance for Pioneer Square Pioneer Square 83 Yesler Way 9/16
Alliance for Pioneer Square Pioneer Square 145 S King St 9/16
Alliance for Pioneer Square Pioneer Square 220 2nd Ave S 9/16
Amy Taylor Capitol Hill 706 Summit Ave E 9/16-9/17
Anne Engstrom Greenwood 8100 Greenwood Ave N 9/17
babienko ARCHITECTS pllc & Five Ply Design Chinatown/ID 815 Seattle Blvd S 9/16-9/17
Ballard Branch Library Ballard 5400 Ballard Ave NW 9/16
Ballard Writers Collective Sunset Hill 6401 32nd Ave NW 9/17
Beautiful Bike Studio Cycling Fremont 310 NW 40th St 9/16-9/17
Bike Works Columbia City

4865 Rainier Ave S

9/16
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson Downtown 1924 1st Ave 9/16
Capitol Hill Ecodistrict, International Future Living Institute Capitol Hill 1736 Summit Ave 9/16-9/17
Caroline Sayre Fremont 4134 1st Ave NW 9/17
Cascade & Commute Seattle Capitol Hill E Pine St between Broadway & 10th Ave 9/16-9/17
Department of Neighborhoods South Lake Union 510 Terry Ave N 9/16
Downtown Seattle Association Belltown 209 Bell St 9/16
Forterra Lake City 12537 Lake City Way NE 9/16
Friends of Historic Belltown Belltown 2222 2nd Ave 9/16-9/17
Gensler Downtown 1217 6th Ave 9/16
Green Bean Coffeehouse Greenwood 8525 Greenwood Ave N 9/17
Greenwood-Phinney Greenways, Coyle's Bakeshop Greenwood 8300 Greenwood Ave N 9/16-9/17
HBB Landscape Architecture South Lake Union 215 Westlake Ave N 9/16
HEWITT Downtown 101 Stewart 9/16-9/17
InterImCDA Chinatown/ID 805 S King St 9/16-9/17
JA Brennan Associates Pioneer Square 419 Occidental Ave S (on King St) 9/16
Kaffeeklatsch, Lake City Future First Lake City 12513 Lake City Way NE 9/16-9/17
Little Collective Capitol Hill 1640 12th Ave 9/16-9/17
MG2 Downtown 1113 1st Ave 9/16
Mithun on behalf of Center for Architecture and Design Downtown 1010 Western Ave 9/16-9/17
National Park Service Pioneer Square 319 2nd Ave S 9/16
Nicholson Kovalchick Architects Pioneer Square 214 1st Ave S (on S Main St) 9/16
Olson Kundig Pioneer Square 404 Occidental Ave S 9/16-9/17
ORA Capitol Hill 1221 E Pike St (on 13th Ave) 9/16
Parents for a Better Downtown Seattle Downtown 1215 1st Ave 9/16-9/17
PLACE Downtown 909 1st Ave (on Madison St) 9/16
Schemata Workshop/Scratch Deli Capitol Hill 1718 12th Ave 9/16-9/17
SCIDpda Little Saigon 1043 S Jackson St 9/16-9/17
SDOT Public Space Management Capitol Hill 1021 E Pike St 6/16
SDOT Transit & Mobility Fremont 600 N 34th St 9/16
Site Workshop Landscape Architecture Fremont
Sustainable Capitol Hill Capitol Hill 420 E Pike St 9/16
The Sugarplum Elves Capitol Hill 500 E Pike St 9/16
Third Place Design Co-operative Uptown 177 Western Ave W 9/16
U District Advocates U District 4214 University Way NE 9/16-9/17
Urban Racks/Parkeon Belltown 2327 2nd Ave 9/16
VIA Architecture Downtown 622 Olive Way 9/16
Wyatt's Jewelers Westwood/Roxhill 2600 Barton St, Suite E-4 9/16-9/17
Young Professionals in Transportation Seattle Downtown 1001 4th Ave 9/16

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