Contact: Emily Linroth, 202-619-7156
WASHINGTON – What might Buzzard Point Park look like in the future? Your ideas helped create the following proposed design concepts, and we want to hear your thoughts.
Artist renderings show possible future recreation opportunities at Buzzard Point Park.
The NPS shared the potential designs at a public meeting at Southwest Neighborhood Library last night. Your feedback will be used to revise these concepts as part of the ongoing planning study for the park.
Buzzard Point Park is a roughly 3.5-acre waterfront park uniquely situated along the north bank of Anacostia River just east of the confluence with the Potomac River. Once an isolated area, the park is now primed to serve a neighborhood undergoing a major transformation. In March of 2016, the National Park Service initiated a study to determine the future uses of the park. Based on community input, concept plans were developed to activate the riverfront and provide seamless connections to the surrounding neighborhoods and planned Anacostia Riverwalk Trail. By enhancing the river’s edge and removing obstacles, residents and visitors can connect with the river. Buzzard Point Park will be transformed into a distinguishable park along the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail that provides the surrounding community with enhanced public access to the waterfront.
All comments must be received or postmarked by January 27, 2017, 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.
Last updated: December 14, 2016