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ARSENAL PARK PLANNING 2017

Background:

The Watertown Department of Community Development and Planning is holding community meetings to discuss Arsenal Park and the potential for design/redesign of some areas within the park.  Anyone interested in learning more about Arsenal Park and in sharing ideas about how the park should be designed and used is encouraged to participate in the process.  Of particular interest is the design of the eastern section of the park which includes the existing courts and open space adjacent to the Arsenal Yards and connectivity into and through the park.

Noticing and Online Surveys:

Notification Request: Notify Me: Sign up for notices on this project and other long-range planning efforts in Watertown.  Any project updates will be emailed to those who have signed up: http://www.watertown-ma.gov/list.aspx?ListID=497 

Community Park Question and RSVP: Please click the link for a RSVP to the first meeting and very short survey.


Meetings:

  1. Arsenal Park Design Community Meeting One - August 15, 2017
    • When: Tuesday, August 15 –6:30-8:30 PM
    • RSVP:  Arsenal Survey # 1
    • Where:  Watertown Library – Watertown Savings Bank Room

Aerial of Arsenal Park


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