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    Rock Creek

    Park District of Columbia

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January 22, 2015
National Park Service Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Georgetown Non-motorized Boating Development Plan
The National Park Service (NPS), is accepting public scoping comments through Feb. 19 on preliminary alternatives for the Georgetown Non-motorized Boathouse Zone Development Plan and Environmental Assessment (Plan/EA). The NPS will hold a public meeting on Feb. 4 to discuss the project, which will study options for levels of development and services to support non-motorized water and recreational use along the Georgetown Waterfront.

December 23, 2014
Rock Creek Park Donates 1700 Pounds of Venison to DC Central Kitchen
Today, the National Park Service donated 1,700 pounds of venison to DC Central Kitchen. The meat will be used in the thousands of meals that DC Central Kitchen (DCCK) prepares daily for nonprofit partners, including shelters and transitional housing agencies serving the homeless. The donation is a result of Rock Creek Park’s deer reduction actions. The park has met its objective of removing 55 deer, which concludes the operations for the winter 2014/2015 window of action.

December 13, 2014
Frank Young Named Deputy Superintendent Of Rock Creek Park
Frank Young named Deputy Superintendent of Rock Creek Park.

October 21, 2014
Fall Turf Maintenance Will Temporarily Close Portions of some Parks in Northwest Washington
The National Park Service will conduct annual fall seeding and aeration at Fort Circle Parks, Carton Barron and Meridian Hill Park beginning Wednesday, October 22, requiring temporary closures.

October 20, 2014
Rock Creek Park and Ft Dupont Park Propose Second Phase of Picnic Fee Increases
The National Park Service (NPS) is accepting public comments through October 30, 2014 on the second phase of proposed fee increases for picnic pavilions at Rock Creek and Fort Dupont Parks. Under the proposal, a half day reservation would cost $45 beginning January 1, 2015. Fee changes will fund the picnic areas’ upkeep and improve the level of service provided to visitors.

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