The Seattle Parks District is seeking resident input about what projects they would like included in Cycle 2 of the 2023-28 park district budget. Planning for Cycle 2 of the Seattle Park District was delayed twice already because of the COVID-19 pandemic and economic impacts. Comments can be submitted through May 12.

Residents are encouraged to provide feedback for the plan by completing surveys on three related topics: enhancing access and services; restoring clean, safe and welcoming parks and facilities; and investing in the future. Go to for more information and for the links to the surveys.

People can also provide community feedback at a community check-in of this week’s online Board of Parks and Recreation Commissioners meeting, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Thursday, April 14, via Web-Ex. Go to for the link to register. Residents can also submit feedback about the plan at

The Seattle Park District provides Seattle Parks and Recreation with funds to increase the investment in maintenance, recreation, affordability, park development and supporting community programs.