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City Searching for Community Members to Help Shape Vision of City Park

Released on Friday, January 4, 2019
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The City of Fort Collins is searching for community members who are interested in shaping the future of City Park. A maximum of 32 community members will be selected to participate in a 2-day Community Engaged Design Workshop that will help define a vision for one of Fort Collins’ oldest and largest parks. Interested participants are required to complete an application and must be available to participate in the design workshop on March 7 and 8.

During the workshop, volunteers will learn about and discuss the history of City Park, park character, project goals, master plan requirements, technical considerations for improvements to the park, and evaluate potential locations for the new City Park train. If you visit City Park and are interested in participating in this two-day workshop, please complete the online application available at fcgov.com/parkplanning (or in print at 215 North Mason, 3rd Floor, Park Planning and Development office). A maximum of 32 individuals will be selected to participate. Volunteer selection will take into consideration age, recreational interests, primary use of City Park, and residential zip code to ensure a broad diversity of park users are represented. Priority will be given to those who can attend both full days of the design workshop.

Participant Requirements for the City Park Tomorrow Community Engaged Design Workshop:

  • Be a City Park user.
  • Commit to both full days of the workshop, March 7 & 8.
  • Work well in both small and large groups.
  • Participate in group discussion.
  • Demonstrate active listening.
  • Effectively formulate and communicate ideas.

For more information visit fcgov.com/parkplanning or call 970-416-2192.