48th & Charlestown Park concepts survey

Seattle Parks and Recreation would like to gather your feedback on three concepts for the new park being developed at 48th Ave SW and SW Charlestown St. Seattle Parks and Recreation held a public meeting on April 30 to share findings from the community meeting on February 24 and the first online survey and to collect input on three concepts. The April 30 meeting was well attended, and there were many comments. This second survey provides an opportunity for likely park users and residents who were unable to attend the meeting the opportunity to provide input.

Following community input from this survey and the April 30 meeting, the design team will develop a preferred design concept. The preferred design will be presented at the third and final community meeting this summer.
 
The three concepts with a summary and the description of the site are shown below.

About the site: the site is 0.33 acres, about 25% smaller than nearby Ercolini Park. It is located in a single-family neighborhood with some multi-family buildings. The site was acquired with the help of King County funding that restricts use to low-impact, passive recreation. The funding also limits the amount of impervious surface to 15% of the site area or less to provide green open space and improve stormwater infiltration.

About the three concepts:

Dog Friendly - this concept would include a fenced off-leash area for dogs, a lawn, a loop trail, and a picnic area with tables.

Community Green - this concept would include a big central lawn, a loop trail, a nature discovery trail, a dog comfort station, and a small plaza-like area with moveable tables and chairs.

Neighborhood Play - this concept would include a play area, a lawn, a nature trail, and a small plaza-like area with moveable tables and chairs.
 
We look forward to hearing from you!
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Dog-friendly

Dog-friendly

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Community green

Community green

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Neighborhood play

Neighborhood play

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* 1. Should the park's focus be Active Play, Community Activities, Dog Activities, or Other?

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* 2. What unique qualities, perhaps historical or other, do you think should be considered in the design of the park?

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* 3. Should the park be more formal or less formal?

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* 4. Should the park be natural or have structured elements?

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* 5. How much shade should the park have in Summer and Winter?

  Full shade Partial shade No shade
Summer
Winter

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* 6. Which concept best fits your neighborhood? Choose one:

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* 7. Which concept design would you visit most often? Choose one:

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* 8. Please provide your thoughts on the Dog-friendly concept:

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The activities provided are appropriate and inviting.
The arrangement of this park is appealing.
I would like to spend time with family and friends in this park.

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* 9. Please provide your thoughts on the Community Green concept:

  Low Medium High
The activities provided are appropriate and inviting.
The arrangement of this park is appealing.
I would like to spend time with family and friends in this park.

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* 10. Please provide your thoughts on the Neighborhood Play concept:

  Low Medium High
The activities provided are appropriate and inviting.
The arrangement of this park is appealing.
I would like to spend time with family and friends in this park.

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* 11. What is your zip code?

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