ECOSS was created by South Park community members to facilitate working partnerships among different, and often conflicting, segments of the community – residents, businesses, industry, and government. The aim was to bring these groups together to address environmental and developmental needs of the community. To this day, ECOSS acts on this vision, providing leadership and serving as a voice for communities around Puget Sound.
South Park Library
Completed in 2006, the South Park Library is a long awaited
asset for the South Park Neighborhood. The new
5,019-square-foot branch has the capacity to hold 18,700
books and materials. Approximately one-third of the
collection is Spanish-language, including bilingual
children's materials, and Spanish-language fiction and
Cesar Chavez Park
Completed on April 14th 2008, the Cesar Chavez Park has been an 8 year dream of South Park Residents. ECOSS assisted in the procurement of funds to help this community dream become a reality.