The City of Madison Parks Division is once again about to embark on the annual public input meeting process for the playground replacement projects budgeted for 2017.
This public process includes a regional playground workshop specific to playground replacement projects at Brigham, Lake Edge, McGinnis and Tenney Park. The workshop will include a larger group discussion, providing opportunity for neighborhoods to learn and share ideas, then will break out into smaller individually staffed sessions to address design considerations specific to each park. Following the workshop, staff will use input gathered at this meeting to develop two playground concepts, which will be presented at a second playground meeting held this winter. The new playground equipment will be installed in 2017.
Please feel free to bring children to help provide input on the playground!
6:00 pm, Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Whitehorse Middle School - Library Media Center
218 Schenk Street
All questions and comments regarding this workshop should be directed to Sarah Lerner, Landscape Architect, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (608) 261-4281.
If the community wishes to fundraise to expand the playground budget, we ask that the community provides anticipated fundraising goals by December 1, 2016 to Sarah Lerner so that the design concepts can be developed accordingly. More information on fundraising opportunities will be available at the meeting and also on-line.
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