Dog Off-Leash Area Construction Update

September 2, 2012 at 6:05 pm

Construction of the dog off-leash area will start on  Monday, September 10!

 

NOTE:  The Park will be CLOSED during the six to eight weeks of construction.

Construction access will be from 28th Avenue.  In addition, a ditch will be dug to lay water pipe from the p-patch area to the dog park area.  This prevents the City from having to dig up 28th Avenue to provide water to the dog area.

For the safety of the public and to conserve money and resources, heavy equipment will be staged and stored inside the park, which will be completely fenced off and locked during construction.  A re-opening ceremony is being planned.  The date and details will be posted on the fence and our web site.

Stay tuned for volunteer opportunities to stain fencing, spread bark chips and plant shrubs.

Construction of the P-Patch is still on schedule to commence this fall after Seattle Public Utilities does some fence moving.  Estimated completion for Phase 1 of the P-Patch is the end of 2012.  Gardeners will be in the garden in 2013!

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