Seattle Parks and Recreation is hosting a follow-up public meeting tomorrow, September 1 from 6 – 7 p.m. to discuss the design of a skatedot (a skateboard facility) at Benefit Playground. The meeting is a follow-up from input received in the August 11 design meeting, and will take place at the park picnic shelter. Benefit Playground is located on South Beacon Hill at 9320 38th Ave. S.
According to Parks and Recreation:
A skatedot is a skateboard feature within an existing park that can range in size from 1,500 to 10,000 square feet. It is considered a neighborhood facility that can accommodate up to 13 users at a time. This skatedot is expected to be located within the existing sport court area of the park. For more information on Seattle Skatepark planning, please visit the skatepark website.
You can see the notes from the previous meeting at the Parks website for the project.