All project-specific community meetings have been completed. The NoMa Parks Foundation will hold new meetings as new projects arise.
4/24/17 “NoMa Green” Concept Design Community Meeting: Join the NoMa Parks Foundation at a community meeting focused on the planned “NoMa Green.” Nelson Byrd Woltz, the landscape architect designing the park, will present an updated concept design that reflects comments received on the initial competition design shared at the October 2016 Community Conversation.
5/4/16 Third and L Park Concept Design Community Meeting: The NoMa Parks Foundation shared draft concepts for the new park at 3rd and L Streets NE at a community meeting on May 4,. You can view the presentations shared, as well as other renderings and information about the park, here.
7/13/15 NoMa L Street Underpass Competition Community Meeting:
Thank you to everyone who attended the community meeting on July 13 to learn about the concept design proposed for the L Street underpass. Design team Future Cities Lab and contractor MC Dean introduced the design and answered questions. Please click here to view the presentation shown at this meeting.
4/27/15 NoMa M Street Underpass Competition Community Meeting:
Thank you to everyone who attended the community meeting on April 27 and engaged with us about the concept design proposed for the M Street underpass. Design team Thurlow Small Architects was in attendance, as well as Michael Vergason, the landscape architect consultant for all four underpasses, and MC Dean. Please click here to view the presentation shown at this meeting.
10/16/2014 NoMa Underpass Competition Community Meeting: The NoMa Parks Foundation hosted a community meeting to present the 13 designs of the 10 finalists to the public. The presentation included renderings, graphics, and descriptions in the finalists’ own words about their vision and concept for each submission. After the formal presentation, the NPF Parks and Public Realm Director answered attendees’ questions. Attendees were able to complete a survey in person or online. More than 370 people took the survey and provided their feedback.
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