King County Parks & Open Space WOrkshop #3
December 5, 2019
Thursday, Dec. 5, from 6 – 8 p.m. at TAF Bethaday Community Learning Space Multipurpose Room at Dick Thurnau Park, 605 SW 108th St., Seattle. Interpreters and translated materials are available upon request by Nov. 18.
King County hosts four workshops this fall to share information about grant opportunities for creating parks and open spaces, especially in communities that have historically been under-served with open space investments.
Each meeting will feature presentations about three funding sources: King County Conservation Futures, King County Parks Levy, and the Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office.
The meeting agenda will include time to share ideas about open space needs in communities and brainstorm how communities, eligible nonprofits and cities can collaborate to apply for grants. More information here.