Delridge Triangle’s future: What’s next, now that a matching-fund grant is on the way

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From Kim Barnes on behalf of Friends of the Delridge Triangle:

I’m pleased to announce The Delridge Triangle has been awarded the Neighborhood Matching Fund Grant!

We now have the opportunity to have a voice on how we want to best use this much needed and cherished space for the South Delridge community.

A big thank you to everyone that has participated to date to get us to this next stage in redeveloping the space.

Next steps on the project timeline:

– Friends of the Delridge Triangle (FDT) committee leaders will attend the City’s grant recipient workshop.
– Fiscal Sponsor to be selected.

– FDT committee to draft and publish scope with call for RFQs from interested Landscape Architects.
– FDT committee starts process of review of RFQs and selection of the vendor.

Want to join the FDT steering committee?
The steering committee is always open to community members that are interested and dedicated to supporting this project through to completion. Get in touch – email to set up a short conversation about the role and see if it might work for you.

The grant, to cover the redesign process, is for $41,000; fundraising and volunteer time is required for the “match.” The rendered design is expected to be ready next spring, in late April/early May.

3 Replies to "Delridge Triangle's future: What's next, now that a matching-fund grant is on the way"

  • Ice August 9, 2018 (6:50 pm)

    Anybody know what some of the proposals are for this grant money? I just looked over the website and I can’t find any information on what they are actually planning to do, but I’d be excited to know what some of the working ideas are.

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