April 8. Click here for more info.
Monday, April 1, 2013
Friday, October 26, 2012
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Every six years the Parks, Recreation and Open Space (great acronym, btw) Plan is updated. This is an inventory of the city's offerings, what it's accomplished since the last update to the plan and its projections for what it would like to accomplish before the next update.
To learn more about the plan, view the city's website. Also, there's a meeting on Nov. 1 at 6 pm that you may find interesting.
Appendix A is an inventory of the city's current offerings and is really fascinating. There's quite a few Federal Way parks now that my family and I will be checking out that we didn't even know existed.
Sunday, August 19, 2012
This was an interesting document. (Here). It was working on Friday when I looked at, but now I'm getting an error message. It detailed all the different types of intersections the city looked at before settling on the Michigan Left for 21st. and Campus. (Which we now know they've abandoned for a more traditional widening.)
This site contained explanations for the intersections studied and many more.
One other nugget that report had in it was indications of where it expected the 3 Link stations in Federal Way to be in 2035. Here they are on a map. (The line means nothing.)
View Federal Way's Expected Link Stations in a larger map
You mean like "There's a Borders in this mallish? Where?"