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Sunset School Park Playground Replacement Project

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Last Update: January 2020  

Sunset School Park is getting new playground equipment and we'd like to hear which of several options you like best. 

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 Sunset Playground 1  Sunset 2
Option 1
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 Option 2
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 Sunset 3  Sunset 4

 Option 3
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 Option 4
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How to provide feedback

  1. Attend a public meeting on Wednesday, February 12th at 7:15 p.m. at the Richmond Highlands Recreation Center (this is a change in time and location from the Richmond Beach Library) 16554 Fremont Ave N, Shoreline, WA 98133. City staff and equipment representatives will be ready to answer questions and hear your comments.
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  2. Submit an online Comment Form by February 29,2020
  3. Send us an email: shorelineparks@shorelinewa.gov
  4. Write to us at:

Kirk Peterson, Parks Superintendent
Shoreline Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services
17500 Midvale Ave N.
Shoreline, WA 98133

       5. Give us a call: (206) 801-2611

Current Conditions

Sunset current sport court  Current Sunset slide 2  Current Sunset slide

 Project Schedule*

  • Public input process - month of February
  • Contracting and permitting - March
  • Construction - May/June
  • Completion - July, 2020

*all dates are estimates and subject to change

Project Budget: $300,000

Overview & History

Sunset Elementary School closed in 2007 and the community, led by the Friends of Sunset Park, worked for several years to make their vision of a park on the site a reality. A Master Plan was adopted by City Council in June 2010. The School Board approved a resolution declaring that the Sunset site is not currently required for school purposes and authorizing the temporary surplus of the property and demolition of the buildings.

In January 2013 the City Council adopted the Sunset School site as an addendum to the Shoreline School District/City of Shoreline Joint Use Agreement to allow the City to maintain the site as a public park; while still being owned by the Shoreline School District.  The site opened in August 2014 for use.

Much of the current playground equipment (pictured above) was inherited from the School District and dates back to when Sunset Elementary School was in operation. 

Sunset School Park is located at 17800 10th Ave NW in Shoreline.