Lincoln Park South Play Area: Survey’s online now; meeting set for November 29

(WSB photo, July 12th)

Four months after safety concerns shut down the play structure at Lincoln Park‘s South Play Area, the rebuilding project is getting into gear. Today, Seattle Parks sent word of an online survey – it’s for all park users, not just families whose kids use the play area – and details on the November 29th meeting (mentioned in our Morgan Community Association coverage last month): 6 pm at The Kenney (7125 Fauntleroy Way SW). That meeting will be “to learn about the project and provide input on play equipment and the overall design for the play area”; a followup meeting to see the resulting design is set for January 24th.

2 Replies to "Lincoln Park South Play Area: Survey's online now; meeting set for November 29"

  • BestSeattle November 9, 2017 (4:15 pm)

    Anyone ever been to Westmoreland Park Nature Playground in Portland? How can we convince the city to create natural playspace like that rather then just another jungle gym?

    • Azimuth November 10, 2017 (9:25 am)

      Thanks for sharing that park, I wasn’t familiar with it. Standard play structures are probably best for most sites, and there at least seems to be some variety at the parks around the city I have taken my kids to, but I agree that something more organic, even if it is clearly designed by a person, would be a great addition and allow for some really cool and creative options.

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