Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Councilwoman Robertson and Councilman Hilbert invite residents to come out to help design two neighborhood parks: Cannon Creek Greenway Park and Anne Hardy Park


Richmond City Hall

900 E. Broad Street, Suite 200

Richmond, Virginia  23219


Sure to be a fun-filled event for the entire family
WHAT            Councilwoman Ellen F. Robertson, Gateway 6th District, and Councilman Chris Hilbert, Northside 3rd District, Richmond City Council invite citizens to come out to help design two neighborhood parks in their community. The design process will include community input for a new design concept for Cannon Creek Greenway and a redesign concept for Anne Hardy Park, both owned and maintained by the City of Richmond.
        The design process will include separate meetings for each park this Saturday. Lunch will be provided. All citizens are invited and encouraged to attend, especially those Richmond residents living in the communities surrounding the two parks.

WHEN/           SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2009
WHERE        Richmond Cannon Creek Greenway Park (new design)
        Time:    9:00 a.m.-Noon
        Place:       Overby-Sheppard Elementary School (2300 First Avenue)
Free Lunch at Firehouse 15 Café (3011 Meadowbridge Road)
        Time:    12:30-1:30 p.m.
Richmond Anne Hardy Park (re-design)
    Time:    2:00-4:00 p.m.
    Place:    Anne Hardy Plaza Community Center (3300 First Avenue)
WHO               Hosted by:
•    The Honorable Ellen F. Robertson, Councilwoman, Richmond City
            Council, Gateway 6th District
•    The Honorable Chris Hilbert, Councilman, Northside 3rd District, Richmond City Council
•    Virginia Tech School of Architecture and Design-Landscape Architecture Program
•    Richmond Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities
•    Richmond Department of Public Works
•    Friends of Cannon Creek Greenway

CONTACT         For more information, please contact John Westbrook, at 804.646.7964 (tel), or john.westbrook@richmondgov.com (email)