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This little neighborhood park was built in 1983. Over the years some play equipment has been removed because it was dated and unsafe. A long hillside slide and sand area remains. The park is located on a steep slope within designated Environmental Critical Areas, including designated Wildlife Habitat, and is part of the SW Queen Anne Greenbelt. A paved pathway provides access to a staircase through the greenbelt that connects the neighborhood to 13th Avenue West.

Site Restoration and Slide Removal

Seattle Parks and Recreation presented information about the proposed site restoration and slide removal to the Queen Anne Community Council in June 2019 and hosted a public Open House in early July. At the Open House staff presented information about the outdated, unsafe play equipment that had previously been removed from the park due to safety concerns, and information about the embankment slide and side pits where the old equipment was located. The existing slide does not meet safety zone requirements.

View the July 9, 2019 presentation boards and other documents about the open house below.