A parody land use sign has been spotted on a lot left vacant for three years.

This sign, spotted in Green Lake, Seattle, was attached to the fence of a three-acre empty lot referred to as the “Big Hole” by the community. The site used to be home to Vitamilk Dairy but has been vacant for three years.

Someone created a parody of a Seattle Department of Planning and Development ‘Notice of proposed land use action' sign that describes plans to transform the derelict area into a giant ball pit filled with rainbow plastic balls. The sign lists parking for bicycles, unicycles and tricycles, and plans for the existing ramp to be converted into a 40 ft. slide. A map also shows the locations of a trampoline, concessions area, lifeguard station and a ‘rescue claw.'

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