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Re: accessibility for people in wheel chairs

  • Subject: [cg] Re: accessibility for people in wheel chairs
  • From: "Sandy Pernitz" Sandy.Pernitz@ci.seattle.wa.us
  • Date: Tue, 28 Jan 2003 12:27:51 -0800
  • Content-disposition: inline

A permeable surface used in our parks and p-patch's that allows
accessibility is: 1/4" minus or 1/4" dust crushed rock 1-2" deep and
tamped down.  It would not hurt to also put a bed of sand under for
drainage.

Thanks for your time,
Sandy Pernitz
Community Garden Coordinator
P-Patch Program/Dept. of Neighborhoods
700 3rd Ave, Suite 400
Seattle, WA  98101
206-684-0284
sandy.pernitz@seattle.gov
"...and the time came when the risk it took to remain in a tightly
closed bud became infinitely more painful than the risk it took to
blossom."
Anais Nin

>>> "Lydia Allen" <lallen@577foundation.org> 01/28/03 10:58AM >>>
We use "screenings' on our paths. They pack down to a surface that can
be used by people in wheelchairs. They are some kind of rock
by-product.

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