Tuesday, July 07, 2015

Civic Area Design Initiative

The Boulder City Council is working on a plan to implement new designs and updates in Downtown Civic Area Park to better suit the City's needs. They have decided to turn to us, the citizens, for creative ideas!
They're calling it the Civic Area Design Inspiration Initiative. Artists, architects and creative thinkers of all types are encouraged to submit their thoughts, pictures, drawings and ideas HERE in this three part survey. They are running three phases of the design initiative, and the deadline for phase one is July 10th.

Since the passing of the Community, Culture and Safety tax initiative in November 2014, more than $5 million in taxes is being devoted to the specific developments of the Bandshell, the 11th Street Bridge Spine that connects Downtown to the Hill, and finally a "Nature Play" area that will incorporate aspects of nature in a tasteful and interactive way into an urban and central environment. The community is invited to submit their ideas and suggestions. Hopefully, these updates will be a lovely reflection of who we are in Boulder, a group of innovative thinkers and talented artists. Make sure to contribute your ideas!


























Hat tip: Amy Gahran

Image: City of Boulder


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