The last of three community meetings in January to get feedback on the work done by the Parks Legacy Citizens’ Advisory Committeein preparation for a potential 2014 park and recreation funding ballot measure is tonight–Thursday, January 30 at 7 p.m. Bitter Lake Community Center 13035 Linden Ave. N (map)

Hear “a brief presentation that describes how the committee has prioritized a list of potential investment initiatives. That will be followed by professionally facilitated workshops that seek community input in three specific areas: priorities,

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size of funding package, and the funding mechanism. Some key items the committee is considering include funding for:

  • The Woodland Park Zoo and Seattle Aquarium
  • More maintenance and cleanliness of parks
  • Park Rangers to improve park safety
  • Environmental restoration and sustainability
  • Earlier and longer hours for community centers
  • Scholarships for low-income families and outreach to immigrant and refugee families
  • P-patches and other urban food opportunities

“If you’d like to learn more, please visit the Seattle Parks blog post that includes more information about the meeting, background materials, and contact info. See more at: