Whew. From our first meeting in April to now, it’s been a long process, but we’re nearing the end — the grant is due Sept. 25. Since we’re seeking a Neighborhood Matching Fund grant from the City of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods, it’s a public process, which means our assigned project manager can review it as much as we like.
We have most definitely exploited this part of the process.
So, we’re waiting on one more review and then we’ll be able to do a final look-through, upload any final documentation, check all the boxes and click submit.
And continue to work on building community and planning events in support of the playground project and all the great work going on at Roxhill. Here’s to hoping we’re able to build the playground on the planned schedule and don’t need to reassess. We believe our community deserves a home run.
The wait before the sprint is always the hardest part.