Tonight is Your Opportunity to Help Redesign Seward Park
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Fresh off scoring a chunk of funding from the “Parks Without Borders program,” the Seward Park Conservancy is ready to put the greenbacks to use. The stakeholders are holding a scoping session tonight about the future of the three-acre Seward Park. It’ll afford locals an “opportunity to make your ideas for the park known.” As it stands, there is a basic plan to redesign park entrances, edges, and so-called underused spaces.
The meeting is tonight at the Manny Cantor Center on East Broadway, 7pm.
Parks Without Borders awarded a $40 million prize for greenspaces throughout the city back in May. Seward Park – the first permanent, municipally built playground in America – shared in those winnings.