Our landscape architects have been very busy and we’re present for feedback the redesign concepts for the Delridge Triangle!
You’re invited to attend the upcoming community to review the four design ideas.
We need your input!
- Fun activities to explore and share your vision for the Triangle
- Be counted! Have your voice heard by both SDOT and Seattle Parks.
- Learn about the next steps that will make the Delridge Triangle “A Place For Our Community To Play”.
- All are welcome!
When: Saturday, June 1st, 9am-11am
Where: Highland Park Improvement Club 1116 SW Holden St, Seattle, WA 98106
Doors open at 8:45am. Plenty of parking in the area. Snacks will be provided
Makers will guide the review as the project landscape architects.
We’re excited to see you soon!
All community members are invited to a community design meeting on Saturday March 23, from 10 a.m. to noon at Highland Park Improvement Club (1116 SW Holden St, Seattle, WA 98106). Doors will open at 9:45 a.m. Snacks, professional childcare with guided activities as well as interpreters will be provided.
This is an opportunity for our community to come together and imagine a public space for us all.
We Need Your Opinion! To help us tailor these efforts to improve and enhance the Triangle, please take a few moments to take our baseline survey.
An all-volunteer, grassroots gathering of neighbors — is pleased to announce that it has selected Seattle-based MAKERS to lead a community design process for a reimagining of the Delridge Triangle right-of-way space at 9200 Delridge Way SW.
The greater Seattle community is invited to a series of public workshops to help imagine new ideas for the space. Save the date for the first: mid-morning on Saturday, March 23 at Highland Park Improvement Club. Everyone is welcome.
Soon, we’ll also have a pre-workshop survey available for you to share your thoughts about the space, the design and our community. Learn more and sign up for our email list for the latest information at here.
The Delridge Triangle lies at the center of South Delridge. With Highland Park to the east and Westwood-Roxhill to the west, the right of way is central feature of our neighborhood, and the nearest public open space for many families living in South Delridge. Friends of the Delridge Triangle seeks to activate the voice of the community to create a safe and inclusive public space for people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds.
MAKERS is an architectural and urban design firm based in Seattle, providing services to clients throughout the US. Founded in 1972, the firm was selected for its community-centered approach and experience with public projects, including the Barton Street P-Patch.
This project has been funded by community volunteering, pledges and commitment from the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods Neighborhood Matching Fund.
The Friends of the Delridge Triangle is pleased to announce our official on-board with Fiscal Sponsor the Highland Improvement Club!
Founded in 1919. HPIC’s mission is to enhance the quality of life in the neighborhood by providing a gathering place, hosting neighborhood programs and sustaining a platform for community engagement.
We’re excited to be moving forward to the RFQ and Landscape Architect selection phase for this project. If you would like to know more, or to get involved in the RFQ selection process, get in touch here!
We’re pleased to announce The Delridge Triangle has been awarded the Neighborhood Matching Fund Grant!
We now have the opportunity to have a voice on how we want to best use this much needed and cherished space for the South Delridge community.
A big thank you to everyone that has participated to date to get us to this next stage in redeveloping the space.
Next steps on the project timeline:
– Friends of the Delridge Triangle (FDT) committee leaders will attend the City’s grant recipient workshop.
– Fiscal Sponsor to be selected.
– FDT committee to draft and publish scope with call for RFQs from interested Landscape Architects.
– FDT committee starts process of review of RFQs and selection of the vendor.
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Want to join the FDT steering committee?
The steering committee is always open to community members that are interested and dedicated to supporting this project through to completion. Get in touch – email [email protected] to set up a short conversation about the role and see if it might work for you.