Bitter Lake Reservoir park space to reopen Thursday

by | Jan 10, 2013

Seattle Parks and Recreation has completed its Bitter Lake Reservoir Enhancement Project, which will allow the public to enjoy a new park space at North 143rd Street and Linden Avenue North. It was one of 15 projects to receive funding through the first round of the Parks and Green Spaces Levy Opportunity Fund.
The Parks Department says it will remove construction fencing around the project by tomorrow.

The overarching goal for this community initiated project is to provide a park-like atmosphere with useable amenities where the Bitter Lake community can gather and play. The Parks and Green Spaces Levy Opportunity Fund project provides a new creative children’s play space between the new P-patch and the existing plaza along with plantings and irrigation near Mark Lere’s “Seattle Scatter Piece.” The area now meets current Americans with Disability accessibility and safety standards.

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