Renovation ahead for Lincoln Park’s north play area: What do you want to see there?

Seattle Parks is getting ready to fix up the north play area at Lincoln Park, and has two requests:

#1 – Answer this survey

#2 – Come to the open house on November 19th (two weeks from tomorrow), 5:30 pm-6:30 pm at Southwest Teen Life Center (2801 SW Thistle), to see design options and offer your ideas

Parks explains:

This project will replace play equipment, provide access improvements, and improve other features at the park. The scope of these projects provides improvements to bring the play area into compliance with current play area safety standards and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) access.

The estimated $600,000 cost of the project is coming from the Seattle Park District levy, and the work is expected to be done next year.

3 Replies to "Renovation ahead for Lincoln Park's north play area: What do you want to see there?"

  • M November 4, 2015 (4:28 pm)

    Wierd. The survey really didn’t have much to do with the playground at wall. Wish they would post some options of what they are considering for us to see, vote, and comment on. For most of us parents that will actually be using the play structure, the 5:30-6:30 time frame of the public meeting isn’t very convenient. That’s prime time for freeding the kids and getting them ready for bed.

  • Amy November 9, 2015 (3:39 pm)

    I work during the time of the meeting and would also like to be able to see the proposed playground options online. Is it possible to get those posted after the meeting? I’m glad to see this project getting underway, though.

    • WSB November 9, 2015 (4:02 pm)

      I’m sure they’ll be on the project website before too long but we’ll agitate for acceleration – Tracy

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