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Vote For Your Favorite Bond Park Design

Community members evaluate Bond Park designs at the September 2 public forum.  Courtesy photo

Community members evaluate Bond Park designs at the September 2 public forum. Courtesy photo

As part of the redesign of Bond Park, the Town of Estes Park is asking the community to weigh in on potential park designs by visiting www.bondparkmasterplan.com. Visitors to the website can review three design concepts with three-dimensional views, winter scenarios and event configurations before voting on a preferred concept. Votes will be accepted through September 30, 2009.

The redesign process continues with the second of two community forums on October 8 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in rooms 202 and 203 of Town Hall, located at 170 MacGregor Avenue. Join Town staff and the consultant team to review the draft master plan and the most popular design concept for Bond Park. At 6:15 p.m. consultants will present a 30- to 40-minute project overview and virtual tour of the potential design. Afterward there will be time for questions and comments and to visit with Town staff and consultants.

To date, the redesign of Bond Park has included a public open house, a voting booth at the Estes Park Arts & Crafts Show, stakeholder meetings, a public survey that gathered 356 responses, focus group interviews with 80 representatives from the community and a digital design charrette, where ideas were incorporated into a three-dimensional computerized model of Bond Park. A summary of public input is available on the project website www.bondparkmasterplan.com. For more information, call the Public Information Office at 970-577-3701. To receive Town news in your e-mail inbox, please e-mail spetrie@estes.org.

As part of the redesign of Bond Park, the Town of Estes Park is asking the community to weigh in on potential park designs by visiting               www.bondparkmasterplan.com. Visitors to the website can review three design concepts with three-dimensional views, winter scenarios and event configurations before voting on a preferred concept. Votes will be accepted through September 30, 2009.
The redesign process continues with the second of two community forums on October 8 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in rooms 202 and 203 of Town Hall, located at 170 MacGregor Avenue. Join Town staff and the consultant team to review the draft master plan and the most popular design concept for Bond Park. At 6:15 p.m. consultants will present a 30- to 40-minute project overview and virtual tour of the potential design. Afterward there will be time for questions and comments and to visit with Town staff and consultants.
To date, the redesign of Bond Park has included a public open house, a voting booth at the Estes Park Arts & Crafts Show, stakeholder meetings, a public survey that gathered 356 responses, focus group interviews with 80 representatives from the community and a digital design charrette, where ideas were incorporated into a three-dimensional computerized model of Bond Park. A summary of public input is available on the project website www.bondparkmasterplan.com. For more information, call the Public Information Office at 970-577-3701. To receive Town news in your e-mail inbox, please e-mail spetrie@estes.org.

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