SW Brandon & SW Findlay Streets - Trail Improvements & Wayfinding

Updated: November 2, 2021

Fall 2021

After an extensive community outreach, Seattle Department of Transportation and Seattle Parks and Recreation(SPR) created SW Brandon & SW Findlay Streets Trail Improvements & Wayfinding Plan. The plan details potential trail and wayfinding improvements for pedestrians along SW Brandon and Findlay Streets near Camp Long and Longfellow Creek. It is posted below with appendices, take a look, we encourage you to see what we have done with your ideas!

One of the elements from this plan is moving forward with grants and private donations. SPR is producing construction documents to implement Brandon Street entrance option B of the 2019-2020 Delridge Trail Improvement and Wayfinding Design Pan. The original plan provided only concept drawings for improvement to this entrance. The goal for this project is to bring the design concept to fruition and improve the entrance to Camp Long at SW Brandon Street. This is in keeping with Sheila Browns' - a long-time employee of Seattle Parks and Recreation and Director of Camp Long - desire to provide a more attractive, inviting, and equitable opportunity to all visitors to this park. This project is made possible by the successful community fundraising effort to make Sheila's wish come true.

Location

The entrance to Camp Long at SW Brandon Street. View this PDF for more details including an aerial map with location highlighted.

Budget

Through the generous public fundraising campaign and the fiscal sponsorship of the Delridge Neighborhood association. $58,611 were raised for the design and construction.

Schedule

Design & Construction: Summer 2021 - Winter 2021/2022

Project Description

The goal for this project is to bring the design concept to fruition and improve the entrance to Camp Long at SW Brandon Street. 

Community Participation

SW Brandon & SW Findlay Streets Trail Improvements & Wayfinding Plan
   •  Trail Improvements & Wayfinding Plan Appendices

Check out this video that shows existing trail conditions and opportunities.

Public Meeting/Open House 12/7/2019