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Dr. Jose Rizal Park Renovation

Updated: January 17, 2023

Early 2023

The goal of this project is to design park improvements through grassroots community engagement efforts with careful consideration for contextual and cultural factors. Seattle Parks and Recreation recognizes the need to increase public participation in the design of public spaces in the City of Seattle by soliciting, supporting, and empowering community ideas.  Elevate is our initiative in response to this need.  

Elevate is Seattle Parks and Recreations initiative to elevate, diversify, and widen the platform of opportunity for everyone.  It aims to strengthen the connection between park design and the community it serves, by rewarding vision and purpose, and by providing support throughout the creation for new and vital parks designs.

We need you to participate!  Prior experience with SPR is not required for participating in this design opportunity. Members of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) are highly encouraged to participate.

There are three main steps to move your ideas forward and participate in the new Elevate initiative for Dr. Jose Rizal Park design project.

Part 1: Statement of Interest and Shortlist (Part 1 is complete.)

Part 1 - Questions and Answers: (Amharic; Chinese Traditional; English; Japanese; Korean; Spanish; Tagalog; Vietnamese)

Appendix 2 - UW Research

Part 1 is complete.

Part 2: Design Brief, Interview, and Selection

Part 3: Request For Proposal

Location

Jose Rizal Park (Dr.), 1007 12th Ave S, 98144

Budget

Seattle Park District Fund: $50,000, Real Estate Excise Tax II Capital Fund: $350,000, Seattle Parks and Recreation is working to secure additional funding and grants for this project.

Schedule

Planning and Community Engagement: Fall 2022
Construction: To be determined

Project Description

Park improvements including renovation and/or reconfiguration of existing park assets.

Community Participation

Community Participation began with the launch of the Elevate initiative in October 2022. Please watch this page for further opportunities to participate in the public process in 2023.

Parks and Recreation

AP Diaz, Interim Superintendent
Mailing Address: 100 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA, 98109
Phone: (206) 684-4075
Fax: (206) 615-1813
pks_info@seattle.gov
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