Development of Wedgwood’s New Park Suspended

The WCC has been notified by Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) that in response to significant revenue losses as a result of COVID-19 which impacts the city’s 2020 budget, the city and SPR are suspending $10 million in capital project work. Included in the suspended work is the development of the city’s five land-banked park properties, of which our new park is one. Unfortunately, there is no known time frame when the new park will be developed or what its name will be. SPR has simply noted that they will work to secure funding in future budget cycles. We know Read More …

Seattle Parks and Recreation Seeks Name For New park in Wedgwood

October 18 deadline for submitting names Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) invites the public to submit potential names for the new park in Wedgwood. The deadline for submitting names to the Parks Naming Committee is Friday, October 18, 2019. Please submit suggestions for park names in writing by Friday, October 18, 2019 and include an explanation of how your suggestion matches the naming criteria. Send to Seattle Parks and Recreation, Parks Naming Committee, 100 Dexter Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98109, or by e-mail to

Help review and score ideas for park and street improvements

You are invited to review the park and street improvement ideas submitted by the public for Your Voice, Your Choice: Parks & Streets. Participation is open to all who live, work, go to school, receive services, volunteer, or have a connection to the City of Seattle. If you cannot attend a meeting, but would like to evaluate projects, there will be an opportunity to do so online.

Timeline for Wedgwood’s future park at Morningside Substation

Last September the City Council’s Parks Committee approved the 2017 Parks and Open Space Plan, which included funding for Wedgwood’s future park at the former Morningside Substation. Thanks to the Wedgwood Garden Club, we have a preliminary timeline for the park’s planning, design, and construction.

Sand Point Way NE Corridor Study

On Wednesday, January 25, 2017 there will be a public meeting about the Sand Point Way Corridor Study being done by the Seattle Department of Transportation.  The meeting will be at 7 PM in the Officers Club of Building 30 at Magnuson Park.