Click on each image to get a larger view, and then use your brower’s “zoom” feature to see it even larger.
Concept A – “Native Viewscape”
Option B: “Adventure for All”
Concept C – “Front Porch Play”
There’s more detailed information on these concepts here. Take a look and let us know what you think – we want to hear from you! Send feedback via the “contact us” page. You can also print out and mark up a copy of the worksheet used by meeting participants to comment on the designs – send your copy to the Landscape Architect (Site Workshop, 1927 Post Alley Seattle WA 98101). Please send your feedback by May 16th.
Many thanks to neighbors who set aside their Saturday morning to visit Manor Park and give their input at the public meeting. Site Workshop presented three plans for the park and asked people to divide into groups to discuss and comment on the plans, choosing a preferred plan (or creating a hybrid). We will post these plans in the coming days and hope we will continue to receive comments from those unable to attend yesterday’s meeting.[Update, 12 April, 2011: More info from Meeting #2 – the three draft plans, worksheets from participants, and more – is now available here. Take a look, and feel free to comment here.]
Ever wondered what’s behind the fencing at Magnolia Manor Park? Here’s your chance. Seattle Public Utilities will make the site available this Saturday, April 9 at 9 am. Because this is a secured area you will need to be with the tour to enter through the secure gate on 27th Avenue West.
Where: 3489 27th Avenue West
When: Tour leaves promptly at 9am, so be there at 8:50. If an additional tour is needed it will depart at 9:15.
Why : Answer the questions you’ve long held about what the property looks like. What are the views like? How steep is that slope?
Just after the tour be sure to go to the Draft Designs Workshop at Magnolia Presbyterian Church at 10am. Neighbors will have an opportunity at this meeting to comment on Site Workshop’s three draft plans for the park.