Universal Kinetic Park – Phase 1

We are rolling out our Phase 1 for our Universal Kinetic Park at Fircrest.

Phase 1 will be the survey, detailed construction design for the Pedestrian Promenade – the backbone and community connection for the whole campus.   Fircrest is a beautiful campus community which is home to over 200 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  In addition to our long term residents, we also provide short term and respite care for others from the surrounding community.

Help us with our vision for an active, thriving community hub for our residents, the people who love and care for them and for the local community.  We can only do this with your support!

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Park Design

Help us transform the narrow, cracked, uneven sidewalks left over from the old Seattle Naval Hospital to a wide, smooth and ADA accessible Pedestrian Promenade.  The Pedestrian Promenade will be a winding walkway, inviting people to enjoy walking and the sights and activities along the way.  In addition to the community connections of the Pedestrian Promenade, we will also pave walkways from the main corridor to the entrances of each home.  Currently, this is a muddy path with puddles for the majority of our year in Seattle.

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As you can see Fircrest is a beautiful campus – but it does not have ADA accessible walkways even though it is home to over 200 residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

 The sidewalks pictured below are hazards.  We need to remedy the situation.

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Please contribute to our campaign for Phase 1 –

All donations go directly to the cause – no overhead!  

You know your dollars will go to a great cause. 


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