We’ve been reporting since June (most recent WSB update here) on the proposal for “improvements” – likely a “play space” – at California Place Park in North Admiral (California/Hill; here’s a map). The city has just finalized November 6th as the date for the first of four public meetings. (P.S. Tonight’s the organizational meeting for an area Block Watch, 6:30 pm at the Admiral library branch.) Click ahead for the official park-meetings announcement, just in from the Parks Department:
Seattle Parks and Recreation will hold four public meetings to engage the public in the design of a small scale, natural play area at California Place, located at California Ave. SW and SW Hill St.
The first meeting will take place from 6 to 8 p.m.on Thursday, November 6, at the Hiawatha Community Center, 2700 California Ave. SW. The dates, times, and locations of the other three meetings are yet to be determined.
Parks is seeking input from the public on the elements they would like to see included and on what design best fits within the community.
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