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Jackson Park Golf Course Perimeter Trail celebration

Join the Friends of Jackson Park Trail (FOJPT), Seattle Parks and Recreation, and the Office of Arts & Culture for the unveiling of the newly installed artwork and celebration for the recently completed Jackson Park Golf Course Perimeter Trail on Saturday, September 28from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.  The celebration takes place… [ Keep reading ]

Join us for the Maple Leaf Play Area Dedication this Saturday!

In conjunction with Parks and Green Spaces Levy, a Large Matching Fund Award of $100,000 from the Department of Neighborhoods provided funding for the children’s garden, adventure play and whimsical art area. The community raised $75,000 in cash to support the effort and contributed $25,000 in volunteer labor. The event on… [ Keep reading ]

West Seattle Herald Reports on Neighborhood Matching Fund Supported Roxhill Park Renovations

Residents celebrated the renovations to Roxhill Park April 20.  Click here to read the article.

Join us at the Roxhill Park Playground and Skatepark Celebration!

Seattle Parks and Recreation is hosting a community celebration for the renovated Roxhill play area and the new skatespot on Saturday, April 20, 2013 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. The official ribbon cutting will take place at 12:30 p.m. The afternoon will be filled with skate lessons, giveaways, music… [ Keep reading ]

Camp Long WSUE Challenge Course Grand Opening this Saturday

amp Long and the Washington State University Extension-4H invite the public to the grand opening of the Camp Long Challenge Course from 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 6. This project was supported in part by a $100,000 Neighborhood Matching Fund award.  A Hub and Spoke High Challenge Course… [ Keep reading ]

Is your neighborhood in need of some minor enhancements? You should consider applying for the Neighborhood Park & Street Fund – Deadline is February 4!

It could be a marked crosswalk, a curb ramp, a short-stretch of sidewalk, sidewalk repair, curb bulbs, pedestrian countdown signals, a median island, or a traffic circle.  Or maybe your neighborhood park could use some playground improvements, trail upgrades, tennis or basketball court repaving, park benches or tables, or accessibility… [ Keep reading ]

Time is Running Out! Apply for Neighborhood Park and Street Improvements Today!

Need a sidewalk repaired in your neighborhood?  Maybe your local park could use new playground equipment or trail improvements.  If so, now is the time to apply to the Neighborhood Parks and Street Fund!  Deadline for applications is February 4, so don’t delay – apply today!  Click here for more… [ Keep reading ]

City of Seattle’s Neighborhood Park and Street Fund now accepting proposals

The city of Seattle is now accepting proposals to the Neighborhood Park and Street Fund (NPSF), formerly known as the Neighborhood Projects Fund. This fund supports improvements to neighborhood streets and parks proposed by the community. The deadline for applications is February 4, 2013. The NPSF can be used for… [ Keep reading ]

Meet the South Region Neighborhood District Coordinators and tour the new SW facility April 17

The community is invited to the Southwest Pool, Teen Life Center and Neighborhood Service Center dedication on Tuesday, April 17, 2012 from 11:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. at 2801 SW Thistle St.  This is an opportunity to come and explore all the services and programs offered at this joint facility,… [ Keep reading ]

Final week to apply for park and street improvements via the Neighborhood Projects Fund

The deadline to apply for this funding is Wednesday, February 1.  The Neighborhood Projects Fund is made up of two funding sources – Cumulative Reserve Funds (CRF) and Neighborhood Street Funds (NSF). The fund will accept applications for projects valued up to $90K for park or street improvements, such as pathway… [ Keep reading ]