Public Space Projects

Pine Street Plaza

In September 2019, DSA, in partnership with the Seattle Department of Transportation, brought a number of enhancements to this centrally located public space that also happens to be Seattle’s largest parklet.

In efforts to revitalize a focal point of Pine Street, we installed a brand-new turf seating area, along with a public art installation, rotating food trucks and other beautification amenities. Some of these installations have been temporarily paused to follow public health guidance around COVID-19, but DSA remains committed to improving this area.

The space is monitored and staffed daily by DSA’s friendly and knowledgeable ambassadors.

Next time you’re looking for a respite in the middle of the city, stop by Pine Street Plaza.

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Contact Info

General Park Info:

Jennifer Casillas, VP, Public Space Operations & Events
206-613-3225
parks@downtownseattle.org

Sponsorships:

Jennifer Casillas, VP, Public Space Operations & Events
206-613-3225
parks@downtownseattle.org

Art and Public Space Projects:

Seth Geiser, Manager, Urban Planning & Design
206-613-3916
sethg@downtownseattle.org

Park Rules

The Seattle Municipal Code prohibits:

  • Placing any structure or obstruction in the park without a permit
  • Dogs or other pets that are not leashed; person with dog must carry and use equipment for removing feces.
  • Sale of merchandise without a permit
  • Amplified sound without a permit.
  • Camping
  • Liquor (open or closed container)
  • Littering
  • Skateboarding, roller-skating
  • Illegal gambling
  • Urinating or defecating

Parks Code of Conduct (enforceable under SMC 18.12.040) prohibits:

  • Depriving others of their use or enjoyment of the park
  • No smoking
  • Unattended items
  • Creating a risk of harm to any person or property
  • Obstructing pedestrian traffic; interfering with the provision of services or the use of park property
  • Disrupting Parks and Recreation activities.
  • Abusive or harassing behavior