Photo by Adam Lu.

Friends of Waterfront Park

What is Waterfront Park?

An invitation to reconnect

to the water, to the mountains, to our city, and to one another

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A green waterfront

700 new trees and 150,000 shrubs and native plants to support the nearshore habitat and serve as a massive filtration system to remove pollutants from stormwater before it enters the sound

A place to share the stories

that illuminate the multiple histories and cultures that define Seattle and must shape its future

A safe and welcoming public space

created through active programming, 24/7/365 on-site safety staff to support positive activity and discourage crime, and by compassionately connecting people in need to social services and resources

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Timeline of Project

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Timeline of the project

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Timeline of the project

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What do you want to see, eat, and do on the waterfront?

Want to plan an event? Have an idea for an activity? We want to hear from you! Waterfront Park is committed to serving the needs of its diverse communities through cultural, educational, and recreational activities in a beautiful, welcoming environment.