Queen Anne Bowl Playfield Turf Replacement

Updated: July 9, 2020

Summer 2020

Seattle Parks and Recreation is investing in state-of-the-art synthetic turf systems that are safe, playable, and durable. 

Seattle Parks and Recreation conducted condition assessments on all of our synthetic turf fields in 2018 and the results of these assessments informed both immediate maintenance action on the part of our parks resources and turf crews as well as the order in which the projects were funded for replacement.  

We continue to lead the way to developing and installing alternate synthetic turf field design sections/materials and deliver a safe, durable, and playable athletic facility and experience.  

This project will replace the aging synthetic turf at Queen Anne Bowl Playfield with a new state-of-the-art synthetic turf system. This will include the removal of the old 'worn out' synthetic turf and address any structural repairs to curbing, sub-subsurface, and drainage. A 2020 synthetic turf system will be installed for recreational play.  

Design for the project has been completed by D.A. Hogan.

Location

Queen Anne Bowl Playfield, 2806 3rd Avenue West, 98119

Budget

To increase the project efficiency, this synthetic turf field replacement was packaged with other field replacement projects around the city. The budget for the planning, design, and construction of these (Lower Woodlands Playfields 2 & 7; Magnuson Park-Mickey Merriam Playfields 6 & 7; Loyal Heights Playfield; Queen Anne Bowl Playfield) synthetic turf replacements is $10.6 million.  
Funding is provided by Real-estate Excise Tax II and Seattle Park District.

Schedule

Bidding: July 2020
Construction: September - November 2020

Project Description

This project will replace the aging synthetic turf at Queen Anne Bowl Playfield with a new state-of-the-art synthetic turf system. The project will include the removal of the old 'worn out' synthetic turf and address any structural repairs to curbing, sub-subsurface, and drainage. A 2020 synthetic turf system will be installed for recreational play.  

During construction, the field will be closed. Seattle Parks and Recreation and the contractor hired for the project will work to minimize impact to the roadways and neighborhood. 

The next tier of artificial turf replacement priority projects will be constructed in 2021. These include:
Magnuson Park-Mickey Merriam Playfield 9 - infield only
Hiawatha Playfield
Miller Playfield
Georgetown Playfield