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Green Acres Neighborhood Park will bring a community together.

Green Acres Neighborhood Park Acq.

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WWRP Applicant: Spokane Valley WWRP Category: Local Parks WWRP Grant: $248,909 Applicant Match: $248,910 Project Type: Acquisition County: Spokane  Legislative District: 4th 

Spokane Valley will use this grant to buy 7.8 acres for a park in the rapidly developing Greenacres neighborhood. The property is farmland adjacent to 16 acres owned by the Central Valley School District. The city and school district will partner to develop a neighborhood park at a new elementary school. Spurred by the rapid transformation from rural to urban, the Greenacres neighborhood has been a constant presence at park plan meetings. Dozens of volunteers have arranged neighborhood meetings, circulated city questionnaires, and secured a private donation. There is an immediate threat of development of the property. Spokane Valley will contribute $306,176.

RCO Project Number: 06-1951

Location

Exit I90 at Barker Road, turn north onto Barker Road to Mission, left on Mission to Long, South on Long. Property located on NE corner of Long and Boone.

Red Marker Green Acres Neighborhood Park Acq.
Spokane Valley will use this grant to buy 7.8 acres for a park in the rapidly developing Greenacres neighborhood. The property is farmland adjacent to 16 acres owned by the Central Valley School District. The city and school district will partner to develop a neighborhood park at a new elementary school. Spurred by the rapid transformation from rural to urban, the Greenacres neighborhood has been a constant presence at park plan meetings. Dozens of volunteers have arranged neighborhood meetings, circulated city questionnaires, and secured a private donation. There is an immediate threat of development of the property. Spokane Valley will contribute $306,176.
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The Washington Wildlife and Recreation Program (WWRP) is a state grant program that creates and conserves local and state parks, wildlife habitat and working farms. The Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office administers WWRP grants, and the legislature funds the program.

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