The Division of Community & Economic Development and the Department of Parks, Recreation & Cultural Affairs will host a public workshop to bring together neighborhood residents, employees, businesses, organizations, and interested members of the public to generate and discuss design alternatives for a new "pocket park" at 150 Irving Street.
This hands-on event will include design exercises, a site visit, and group discussion of what is desirable and feasible for the 0.2-acre site, currently a gravel parking lot. The session will be facilitated by a professional landscape architect, who will capture community input and generate a preliminary conceptual design. Attendees are encouraged to RSVP as capacity is limited to 40 people. Translation services will be available.