The timeline is subject to change.
Geary Avenue Park Expansion will transform a segment of the hydro corridor running parallel to Geary Avenue between Delaware Avenue and Westmoreland Avenue into new park space. Streetscape improvements will link the expanded Geary Avenue Park to the existing Barlett Parkette at Salem Avenue.
Geary Avenue Park Expansion builds on the conceptual master plan design guidelines established through community consultation for the Green Line Implementation Plan.
The City conducted a second round of consultations on a Preferred Concept Plan option that had been informed by previous stakeholder and community feedback collected. Feedback was collected during a virtual public meeting, an online questionnaire, and a family-friendly Towers and Flowers Activity Workbook.
Download a summary of feedback.
A virtual public meeting was hosted by City staff to present a preferred Concept Plan option based on community feedback collected in July 2020. Download the November 4, 2020, Virtual Public Meeting presentation.
The City conducted consultations on preliminary Concept Plan Options for Geary Avenue Park Expansion, to help inform the development of a Preferred Plan. Feedback was collected during a virtual public meeting, an online questionnaire, and a family-friendly Towers and Flowers Activity Workbook.
Download the What We Heard: Phase 1 Summary Report.
A virtual public meeting was hosted by City staff to present and discuss concept plan options for the upcoming Geary Avenue Park Expansion. Participants were able to get a look at the Concept Plan options for the park, hear from the design consultants, and ask questions to the project team.
This is a series of family-friendly activities that explore the role of pollinator species in the park. Participants are strongly encouraged to share what they create in the activity book by taking a picture of the worksheets and sending them to email@example.com.
Download the Towers and Flowers Activity Workbook.
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