YOUR Input Matters in the DeKalb Memorial Park Vision Plan

Do you live near or regularly use DeKalb Memorial Park? Do you play sports, garden, or enjoy the scenery at the park? Do you have ideas for how DeKalb Memorial Park could be enhanced and preserved for future generations to love and enjoy? 

If so, we need to hear your voice!

 The Parkview and Kirkwood community is embarking on the park visioning process to create a conceptual plan for DeKalb Memorial Park in partnership with Park Pride and other community organizations, including YMCA Teen Center, Parkview Civic Club, Ivy Preparatory Academy, Kirkwood Neighbors Organization, and the DPRCA Citizen Advisory Board. 

The Visioning Process will result in a conceptual master plan reflective of the community’s desires for what they would like to see in their neighborhood park. Your opinion is critical to the success of this much-loved and valued greenspace. 

1. Take the public survey.

This is the first step in the Park Visioning process. Click the link below and let your voice be heard!

Take the Survey

 

 2. Attend a public meeting. 

We will be hosting a series of public meetings over the next several months to collect ideas and get input on how DeKalb Memorial Park should be developed in the future through Park Pride’s Visioning Program. Mark your calendars for the public meeting dates below: 

  • Wednesday, December 5, 7-8 PM at the YMCA Teen Center (1765 Memorial Drive SE) 
  • Wednesday, January 23, 7-8 PM (Location TBD) 
  • Wednesday, April 3, 7-8 PM (Location TBD) 
  • Wednesday, May 22, 7-8 PM (Location TBD) 

Please plan to attend one or all of the public meetings to help us envision the future of DeKalb Memorial Park, and follow the Friends of DeKalb Memorial Park on Facebook to learn more and get reminders about meetings!

We look forward to working with you!

2 thoughts on “YOUR Input Matters in the DeKalb Memorial Park Vision Plan

  1. The survey should be on anothe rplatform other than Facebook, I should have to join some bs website to take a survey concerning g a public park, please set up the survey in another other Facebook. Very poor decision

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