East Federal Way
East Federal Way
How would you spend $1,900,000 in East Federal Way? Participatory budgeting is a democratic process in which community members directly decide how to spend part of a public budget.
It gives people real power to make real decisions over real money.
The votes are in! The winning projects in East Federal Way are:
- Lake Geneva Park Upgrades "Let's play!" – Estimated cost $1,500,000
- Fund projects at the park to create a shared community space that will promote healthy living for families and youths. Create courts for sports like basketball, tennis, or volleyball.
- Community Garden/P Patch Fund – Estimated cost $100,000
- Create a fund to support community garden/p patch projects. To provide healthy food options.
- Utility Box - Art Murals – Estimated cost $35,000
- To promote diversity in the area by creating culturally empowering art murals of marginalized and unrepresented communities.
If you have comments or questions about participatory budgeting, community meetings, or the Community Investment Budget Committee, please contact:
Gloria L. Briggs
Participatory Budgeting Program Manager
Email: [email protected]
Office phone: 206-263-8521
Learn about participatory budgeting and how to submit your ideas in the meetings being held through the end of February. See below for our meeting schedule and submit your ideas on this screen.
From March thru June, community members volunteering as Proposal Advocates review ideas for feasibility and prioritize projects for the ballot. They will take the ideas and develop them into detailed project proposals (budget, implementation details, and impact), with the help of County project managers.
Proposal Advocates will hold meetings to gather community input on the project proposals being developed.
Anyone who lives, works, goes to school or worships (attend mosque/church) in the unincorporated area of East Federal Way, you can participate in
THE BIG PB VOTE
August 2 through August 10