The National Park Service (NPS) is looking for your feedback on draft concepts for the future of Shepherd Parkway in Washington, D.C. You're invited to share your thoughts at a public meeting on November 7th, online or by mail.
|Shepherd Parkway Development Concept Plan - Public Meeting #2
R.I.S.E. Demonstration Center (Demonstration Hall)
2730 Martin Luther King, Jr. Ave.
District of Columbia
The NPS has developed multiple draft concepts for desired future use and enjoyment of Shepherd Parkway. These concepts propose ways to improve safety, connectivity, park conditions and the ways people use and enjoy Shepherd Parkway. The concepts were developed based on input from stakeholders, neighbors and the community, as well as a recent ethnographic research study conducted in cooperation with Howard University's Department of Sociology. This study has illuminated connections and traditions that help us to better understand community perspectives on Parkland.
This event will provide the public with an opportunity to share thoughts on the concepts that have been developed for Shepherd Parkway. NPS staff will also be available to address your questions about the project. Meeting starts at 6 with a short presentation at 6:30 pm
For additional information regarding the meeting, or to request special assistance to attend and participate in this meeting, please contact Mike Commisso, at Michael_Commisso@nps.gov.