Design Meetings Announced for $1-Million Rose Park Playground Renovation

October 17, 2012, Pamla Moore, Rose Park Foundation founder, also received a plaque of appreciation from advisory neighborhood commissioner Tom Birch.
Nico Dodd
October 17, 2012, Pamla Moore, Rose Park Foundation founder, also received a plaque of appreciation from advisory neighborhood commissioner Tom Birch.

Georgetown residents and others who use Rose Park in Georgetown have been invited to participate in a charette discussing the playground's renovation.

As first reported by Georgetown Patch, the first meeting about the renovation will be 7 p.m., this Thursday at the Rose Park Recreation Center, 2600 O St. NW. The design charette wil be May 4 from 1 to 4:30 p.m. in the Fellowship of Jerusalem Baptist Church, 2600 P St., NW.

Rose Park has not been devoid of improvements. Last October, Rose Park inaugurated a new brick walkway, fence and benches, along with new trees and bushes, all of which were community donations.

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Apr 18, 2013 at 8:12 AM David Abrams

The initial kick-off meeting took place last Thursday; The design Charette will be on Saturday, May 4.

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