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Seattle Parks and Recreation invites input at two upcoming events for Magnuson Park Circulation Plan and Comfort Station Feasibility Study

Seattle Parks and Recreation is moving forward with a three-part planning process at Magnuson Park that will:

  • develop a Circulation Plan and identify future improvements for all modes of transportation to, from and through the park
  • identify the preferred location and layout for a future comfort station (a.k.a. restrooms)
  • recommend updates to the existing wayfinding system within the park and historic district

SPR encourages the community to participate in the second online meeting for the Magnuson Park Circulation Plan and Comfort Station Feasibility Study on Tuesday, June 22, 2021 from 6 to 7 p.m. Please join us online! To register for this meeting:

During the online presentation by SPR and our consultants, Heffron Transportation and MIG, the community can learn about and provide input on:

  • preliminary recommendations for high-priority circulation improvements throughout Magnuson Park and the Sand Point Historic District
  • recommended improvements to existing signage
  • recommended placement and estimated costs for a new comfort station

If community members are unable to participate online SPR the meeting will be recorded and posted on the project website. Additionally, SPR  will host a pop-up event in the park.  Please join us Monday, June 21, from 5 – 7 p.m. on the south side Building 30 Hangar (6310 NE 74th Street). If you attend this event in the park please observe all Covid protocol. Social distance and if you are not vaccinated, wear a mask.

Magnuson Park is located in the Sand Point neighborhood at 7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115.

To learn more about the project please visit The online event offers interpretation and for in person interpretation in the park please contact: 48 hours or more in advance of the event in order to secure supporting services.