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Contact: Emily Linroth, 202-619-7156
Join us for a public meeting on December 13, 2016
WASHINGTON – The National Park Service recently collected many ideas and suggestions for the best uses for and changes to Buzzard Point Park. All of these thoughts have been carefully considered and transformed into exciting design concepts.
Please join us for a Buzzard Point Public Meeting to review, evaluate and comment on the vivid plans and images depicting the many exciting potential improvements for this unique part of the Anacostia Waterfront in Southwest Washington, DC.
Whether you live or work nearby, boat or kayak on the river, or just have an interest in local projects, please stop by and take a look at the innovative design concepts for this special area. All ages are welcome to help the National Park Service re-shape this park by providing fun ways to connect locals and visitors with the Anacostia River, and open this area for more boating, kayaking, biking, community events and other kinds of urban recreation.
When: Tuesday, December 13, 2016
6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
Where: King Greenleaf Recreation Center
201 N Street SW
Washington, DC 20024
We look forward to seeing you there and hearing all of your ideas and suggestions!
If you are unavailable on December 13, and have other thoughts and questions or would like more information, there will be a 30-day comment period after this public meeting (closing on January 12, 2017). During this time, all comments and feedback on the design concepts may be sent to the NPS via http://parkplanning.nps.
National Park Service National Capital Region
ATTN: Buzzard Point Park Development Concept Plan
1100 Ohio Drive SW
Washington, DC 20242
All comments must be received or postmarked by January 12, 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.