Imagine No More 520 Ramps in the Arboretum!

May 31st, 2011 by UWBG Communication Staff

Arboretum Drive by E. WeltyWASHINGTON PARK ARBORETUM
NORTH ENTRY AND MULTI-USE TRAIL PROJECTS

Join in the public meeting for the North Entry and Multi-use Trail projects for the Washington Park Arboretum on Wed. June 8, 2011 from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the Graham Visitor Center in the Arboretum.

This is a great opportunity to be involved with the future of the Washington Park Arboretum.  This project provides scoping and conceptual design for a redeveloped North Entry and the development of a Multi-use Trail from the intersection of East Madison to the Montlake and University neighborhoods.

Come help shape the new look of the park.

Public Meeting
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Graham Visitor Center,
Washington Park Arboretum
2300 Arboretum Drive E

Seattle, Washington 98122

Project information website or for more information please contact :
Seattle Parks Project Manager, Andy Sheffer at 206-684-7041, Andy.sheffer@seattle.gov

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One Response to “Imagine No More 520 Ramps in the Arboretum!”

  1. Scott Halliday says:

    I think that this needs to be looked at from a total environmental impact –
    what amount of new/increased exhaust – will be generated from cars driving all the way around the arboretum in thie new plan?

    What amount of new exhaust will be generated from cars waiting in this new approach instead of driving thru the arboretum?

    This is a plan that ignores existing homeowners and traffic patterns – it needs to be thought thru rather than just about 520 arboretum ramps