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Land Use Information Bulletin

SEATTLE PARKS AND RECREATION DETERMINATION OF NON-SIGNIFICANCE

Conditions:

Proposal Name:            Waterfront Trail Renovation

Address of Proposal:  
Washington Park Arboretum, 2300 Arboretum East

 

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Seattle Parks and Recreation is proposing to reconstruct the existing Waterfront Trail that connects the Washington Park Arboretum across Foster and Marsh Islands to East Montlake Park. The upland section of the trail across Foster and Marsh Island becomes inundated when the lake level is raised. Floating segments of the trail are in disrepair and some sections are sinking. None of the existing trail meets current accessibility standards outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act. The new trail will be constructed as a boardwalk structure, supported by pin piles on land and floating over Union Bay/Lake Washington and reconstructed in the same location as the existing trail.

 

DECISION

The Seattle Parks and Recreation hereby issues a Determination of Non-Significance (DNS). 


CONDITIONS:          
No conditions are being imposed.

 

AVAILABILITY OF DOCUMENTS

The proposal file is available for viewing at the Seattle Parks and Recreation office located at 800 Maynard Avenue South, 3rd Floor, and at the Montlake Branch Library, 2401 24th Avenue East, Seattle, WA 98112.

COMMENT PERIOD

Any questions or comment relating to the SEPA review or to the proposed action should be sent to david.graves@seattle.gov or mailed to

                                     
                    Seattle Parks & Recreation – Attn:  David Graves

                    800 Maynard Avenue South, 3rd Floor

                    Seattle, WA  98134

 

Comments must be received by April 27, 2017

 

HEARING EXAMINER APPEALS

Both the DNS and the decision not to impose conditions are appealable to the City Hearing Examiner.  Appeals must be filed May 4, 2017 and be accompanied by an $85 filing fee.  The appeal must be in writing.  Appeals may be filed online at http://www.seattle.gov/examiner/efile.htm, delivered in person to the Hearing Examiners office on the 40th floor of the Seattle Municipal Tower at 700 5th Avenue or mailed to:


Office of the Hearing Examiner

PO Box 94729

Seattle, WA  98124-4729.

An appeal form is available at http://www.seattle.gov/examiner/docs/LAND-USE-APL-FORM.pdf.