Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Waterfront Parks: Part Community Space, Part Climate Change Protection

You may have heard of Resilient Boston Harbor, Mayor Walsh’s plan for protecting Boston’s neighborhoods from sea level rise and flooding due to climate change. The plan includes a comprehensive vision for coastal resilience as well as neighborhood specific plans.

A major part of the vision for South Boston is designing waterfront parks that are community gathering spaces, which will serve double duty by providing flood protection for the surrounding neighborhood. The first South Boston park undergoing such a transformation is Moakley Park. 

Attend the premiere of resilient designs for South Boston's Moakley Park and help select winning design options for the park on:

Thursday, March 21, 2019 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Iron Workers Local 7 
195 Old Colony Ave

Stay tuned for the awarding of the Fort Point 100 Acres Open Space System Request For Proposals by the Boston Planning & Development Agency.  The chosen consultant will lead community engagement in the development of concept design and programs for the future Fort Point Park and Channel Park. 

100 Acres Master Plan Waterfront Parks

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