Knickerbocker Floodplain Project Meeting November 15

The next in a series of community meetings (read about the first here) about the Knickerbocker (Thornton Creek) Floodplain Project will be held Thursday, November 15th at Sacajawea Elementary School beginning at 6:30 PM. Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) and Seattle Parks & Recreation are restoring several hundred feet of the south branch of Thornton Creek at the downstream end of the Kingfisher Natural Area, now dubbed the Knickerbocker site (where the 20th Ave NE footpath crosses Thornton Creek just south of NE 100th Street). This project also will create a 1.5 acre vegetated flood plain and replace the pedestrian bridge across the creek.
SPU and Parks will review the project designs and timeline at this meeting, and invite you to express your concerns, ask questions and make suggestions. Visit their official website for more details.
Sacajawea Elementary School is located at 9501 20th Avenue NE, the meeting will be held in the school’s lunchroom between 6:30 PM and 8 PM.

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One Response to Knickerbocker Floodplain Project Meeting November 15

  1. Dewey Potter says:

    Hi, we’d like to share for your blog the items from Seattle Parks and Recreation that may be of interest to your readers. Is there an email address we could use?
    Many thanks
    Dewey Potter
    Communications Manager
    Seattle Parks and Recreation
    206-684-7241

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