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Contact: Emily Linroth, 202-619-7156
***UPDATED 6/8/16: This meeting has changed to July 14***
Have you ever wanted to help design a new park? This is your chance! The National Park Service (NPS) welcomes everyone to help shape the future of Buzzard Point Park.
Please join us for our first public meeting to share your thoughts and ideas for the future, learn about the history of the site, and share your vision for this unique part of the Anacostia Waterfront in Southwest D.C.
Whether you live or work nearby, boat or paddle on the river, have an interest in local projects, or love your neighborhood national parks, stop by and share your ideas. All ages are welcome to help brainstorm new, fun ways for people to enjoy the Anacostia River and the park.
When: Thursday, June 9, 2016
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Where:Southwest Neighborhood Library
900 Wesley Place SW
Washington, DC 20024
If you are unavailable on June 9, have other thoughts or would like more information, there will be a 30-day comment period after the meeting (closing on July 10, 2016). During this time, all suggestions may be sent to the NPS via https://parkplanning.nps.gov/BuzzardPointParkDCP or mailed to:
National Park Service National Capital Region
ATTN: Buzzard Point Park Development Concept Plan
1100 Ohio Drive SW
Washington, DC 20242
All comments must be postmarked by July 10, 2016 to be considered. Please be aware that all information submitted—including personal identifying information such as addresses, phone numbers and email addresses—may be made available to the public. Requests to withhold such personal identifying information from public release will be considered but there is no guarantee that the information will be withheld.