Magnolia Community Council Public Forum – Thursday, June 12, 2014

The Seattle City Council has proposed a Metropolitan Park District (“MPD”).

The deferred maintenance backlog for Seattle’s parks and recreational facilities is now at $267 million and the current levy ends this year.

This issue will be on the August 5 ballot.

Thursday, June 12, 2014
7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Catharine Blaine School
2550 34th Ave W.
(Next to the Magnolia Community Center)

For more information please read the Meeting Flyer.

June 4, 2014 at 9:22 pm 1 comment

September/October Newsletter is here!

In this issue of the Friends of Magnolia Manor Park newsletter:

- Fun(d)raising BBQ on Sunday, September 15th from 4-6:30pm. $10/person

- Update on The Missing Piece

- Maybe ewww, but pee is great for your garden!

- Gardening feature “Garden of Discovery”

- Planning your winter garden

Read and enjoy!

September 8, 2013 at 9:45 am

Missing Piece funding approved!

Seattle City Council approved unanimously the recommendations of the Opportunity Fund Oversight Committee, which included money for Magnolia Manor Park.  The project will re-position the fences on the east side of the reservoir to connect the OLA and the P-Patch.  It also renovates the plaza area north of the dog park as envisioned in the original plan developed by the community in 2011.  The next steps are for Seattle Parks Department to solicit community input on the design and development of the area, probably with one or more public meetings. 

September 4, 2013 at 11:55 am

July/August Newsletter

In this issue of the Friends of Magnolia Manor Park newsletter:

- Off-Leash Area Work Party on Saturday, July 27th from 10am-Noon. Join us!

- Fun(d)raising BBQ on Sunday, August 11th from 4-6pm. $10/person

- The wonders of bees

- Small dog play group

- Update on The Missing Piece

- Gardening feature “How Does Your Garden Grow?”

- Poison Hemlock

Read and enjoy!

posted on behalf of Karen Andersen, Editor

July 26, 2013 at 8:39 am

Update on “The Missing Piece”

Funding to connect the Manor P-Patch and the Off Leash Area recommended to City Council

The Parks Levy Oversight Committee has recommended that funds to connect ‘the missing piece’ between the Manor P-Patch and the Off Leash Area be part of the Opportunity Grant list to be approved by the Seattle City Council later this summer.  Also included is funding for renovation and rehabilitation of the plaza area along the north side of the park.

This means that Manor Park truly becomes an integrated whole providing  Magnolia residents with an array of accessible neighborhood recreational activities – a place for children to run and play, families to have a picnic, community gardening, an off leash area for dogs, and a place to relax and enjoy the wonderful views.

The "Missing Piece" Walkway

The “Missing Piece” Walkway

 

June 1, 2013 at 7:53 am

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