Everyone deserves access to public parks and open space.
Drexel Park, 32nd Street and Powelton Avenue
We know now more than ever the importance of park space to the health of our communities. Tell us what it means to you as the City of Philadelphia works to increase access to green space citywide.
Help shape the Mayor's action plan to create 500 acres of public green space in Philadelphia. Join the conversation with the Department of Parks and Recreation about how green space contributes to urban life and what more public green space would mean to your community. Each session will include a site tour, a presentation from the Parks Commissioner on the Mayor's efforts through Greenworks Philadelphia and the opportunity to have your voice heard in this important initiative.
Your opinion matters. Join us!
For more information, visit: www.planphilly.com/green2015 or call: 215-683-3666 or 215-898-6316
Green2015 is a project led by the Department of Parks and Recreation in coordination with Greenworks Philadelphia and the Philadelphia City Planning Commission's comprehensive planning process. The project is supported with grants from theWilliam Penn Foundation and Lenfest Foundation to engage PennPraxis, Pennsylvania Horticultural Society and the Penn Project for Civic Engagement.