Discuss Improving I5 Colonnade on May 17!
Informal workshop to experience Colonnade’s off-leash area and discuss improvements: Sun., May 17, 2015 2-3:30 pm (Dogs welcome!)
Meet at the off-leash area’s south end, near the corner of Franklin Ave. E. and E. Garfield St. If you can’t come, please fill out the on-line survey on the Colonnade page (eastlakeseattle.org) or contact us with the info below. This ECC planning project is in cooperation with Citizens for Off Leash Areas and is supported by the Seattle Neighborhood Matching Fund.
The I-5 Colonnade Open Space’s 1.2 acre off-leash area is now ten years old, and needs your ideas on how it can be improved. The Park Department has begun replacing the river rock with a more paws-friendly surface, but even that essential improvement has a long way to go. So far, dog owners have suggested these other needs: an agility course and other fun things for dogs; greater visibility from the street; more parking; a sidewalk on the east side of Franklin Ave. E.; dog-themed art; lighting at night; improved security; and access to water. What do you think of these ideas, and what additional ideas do you suggest? Your ideas are welcome and needed. Help make this off-leash area the best it can be!
– The Eastlake Community Council welcomes questions, suggestions and volunteers: email@example.com; c/o ECC, 117 E. Louisa St. #1, Seattle 98102-3278; or (206) 322-5463. Follow us on Facebook and check out our web site at eastlakeseattle.org (address is also via the QR block at left).