New off-leash dog park, community space coming to Seattle's Georgetown neighborhood

The announcement, made Wednesday by the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), said the Seattle City Council Transportation & Utilities Committee voted to approve the transfer of land of the currently unused flume site in Georgetown to Seattle Parks & Recreation and SDOT.

The existing Georgetown Flume site will be converted to an off-leash dog park and trail connection for people biking, walking and rolling.

Seattle Department of Transportation

The eastern portion of the property will be owned and operated by the parks department as an off-leash area. Decided upon after neighbors expressed strong interest, construction will begin on the dog park in

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