What do you want for the Park at Town Center? The City wants to hear from you

Sunday, January 30, 2011

On Tuesday, January 25, the City of Shoreline held a Park at Town Center Master Plan public meeting to help define the Community Vision for this space. Participants were asked to consider a list of questions focusing on creating a vision for a new park along the future Town Center.

Parks planners would like to have input from people who were not able to attend the meeting. Here are the questions:

1. What aspects of other parks do you like or dislike? What activities or facilities do you enjoy in parks in other communities that should be considered for the Park at Town Center?

2. How do you see the Park at Town Center functioning as part of the town center? As part of Shoreline?

3. What do you appreciate the most about, or what is unique to Shoreline? Or what elements of Shoreline’s character would you like to see reflected in the park?

4. Imagine you move away and return to the community in ten years, how does the park look and function?

5. What types of uses (passive vs. active or programmed) would you like to see at the Town Center Park?

6. What types of user amenities (water fountains, restrooms, etc.) would you like to have at the Town Center Park?

Comments are requested by February 8.  Email them, or take them or mail them to Attn: Parks Department, Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Ave N, Shoreline WA 98133.


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