We’re thrilled to be chosen by Spin for a Park(ing) Day 2021 grant. With the $1,000, we plan to transform a few ordinary parking spots at City Hall to a place to sit, work, or perhaps even relax while waiting for the next Council or Planning Commission Meeting.
Join us Friday, September 17th (7:30am-9:30am) on the south side of City Hall to celebrate Park(ing) Day - no registration required
Bikes encouraged! We'll have extra bike parking provided in the parklet
Park(ing)Day is a global, public, participatory art project lauched by Rebar in 2005. It is a day where people across the world temporarily repurpose street parking spaces and convert them to tiny parks and places for art, play, and activism.
Park(ing) Day is a unique and exciting opportunity to engage in the ongoing dialog around how our cities are designed and built. It began as a guerilla art project and act of design activism in a single parking space, and has grown into a global movement, inspiring the creation of “parklets” and COVID-era “streeteries” in cities across the United States and beyond.