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3320 Fuhrman Ave E, Seattle, WA 98102, USA

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August 2, 2019

  • The main lot will be gated on Monday, August 5th.

  • Parking will be limited to the numbered spaces in the ECSP Lot. 

  • The ECSP Lot is accessible from Eastlake Ave. 

  • Street parking is available along Fairview and Furhman Aves.

  • There is a small public lot in front of 3245 Fairview Ave. 

Weekday Parking Space Usage 

  • 4:45 AM - 7:15 AM:  All spaces except 34- 40 are available for PRC athletes, staff and members. Spaces will be allotted to user groups based on roster size. See your coach or captain for details. 

  • 7:15 AM - 6:00 PM: Spaces 1 - 6 will be available for PRC Members. 

  • 6:00 PM - 8:15 PM: All spaces open to PRC Members. 

Weekend Parking Space Usage 

  • 5:00 AM - 5:00 PM:  All spaces except 29 - 44 are available for PRC athletes, staff and members. 

General Notes

  • Parking is intended for use by members while rowing.

  • Street parking is available on Furhman Ave and Fairview Ave. Recent walk-throughs of the neighborhood during rowing times show available spaces. 

  • Parking passes are available in the office, or from your coaches. Please bring your license plate number.  

  • We are continuing work on development of the "Triangle" between Harvard Ave and Eastlake Ave E.  While we don't have a timeline on rolling out 39 additional parking spaces, WSDOT is aiming for an appraisal and lease signing in September.  There are a few hoops to jump through, and while progress is slow, ECSP is moving through the required steps. 

How you can help

There are a number of ways we can work together to reduce our use of the parking lot.  There are numerous benefits to both the environment and our community in all of these items:

  • Carpooling to PRC helps reduce traffic and builds our community. Team meeting points can reduce the burden of carpools. 

  • Riding a bike is a great way to get to PRC and get a warm-up in as well.

  • There are number of rideshare apps to explore. 

  • King County Metro can be an option for many of our daytime users. Over 50% of some regional youth teams take the bus to and from practice. 


WSDOT has turned the parking lot over to Graham Construction for use on the Montlake Phase of the 520 Replacement Project until mid 2020.

PRC has formed an LLC, Eastlake Community Service Partners (ECSP) to rent and manage 52 spaces (shaded area in this image). These spaces will be shared by PRC, MoveMend, Seattle Spine and Sports Medicine and Wallace-Solhaug Dentistry  

ECSP is currently working with WSDOT ​to use an area between Harvard and Eastlake Ave (the "Triangle") for parking 39 vehicles in addition to other opportunities under I-5,  south of E Allison St.  Timeline: Late 2019. 

In Mid-2020, the entire lot, including the 52 spaces, will be turned over to a contractor for use on the next phase of the project. This timeline has been vague, and is subject to change, depending on which contractor is the successful bidder on the next phase of the 520 project.