THE BUFFALO OLMSTED PARKS CONSERVANCY IS LOOKING FOR YOUR FEEDBACK
The Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy launched a new online survey and is looking for your feedback.
THE BUFFALO OLMSTED PARK CONSERVANCY HAS LAUNCHED AN ONLINE SURVEY THROUGH JANUARY TO GET FEEDBACK FROM PARK USERS ON PRIORITY PROJECTS OR NEEDS AT THE OLMSTED PARKS.
The survey is part of an overall effort to generate community input that will culminate in a five-year update to the Olmsted master plan in May 2019.
IF YOU ASK ME WHICH BUFFALO OLMSTED PARKS CONSERVANCY PROJECTS SHOULD BE BACKED AND COMPLETED AS PART OF THE PLAN FOR THE 21ST CENTURY,
I would have a list of about ten, including restoring the Quarry Garden and rebuilding a couple of the sorely missing Calvert Vaux structures at Delaware Park.
INFORMATION GATHERED WILL SUPPORT THE PRIORITIZATION OF PARK PROJECTS AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF BOPC’S NEXT FIVE YEAR PLAN
The Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy, the first nonprofit organization in the nation to both steward and maintain a historic urban park system, launched an online survey (
www.bfloparks.org/5yearplan) today to engage with all park users and generate community feedback on priority projects or needs within the Olmsted Parks. Read More
WHAT IMPROVEMENTS AND RENOVATIONS SHOULD COME TO OLMSTED PARKS ON BUFFALO’S WEST SIDE?
That was Monday night’s topic at Isaias Gonzalez-Soto Library on Porter Avenue, as the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy continued its public meetings on a new five-year plan.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
th birthday of the late Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. is commemorated with a paver at historic Hoyt Lake Read More
SECOND ROUND OF COMMUNITY MEETINGS WILL BE CONDUCTED IN COMING WEEKS
Do you care about your Olmsted Parks? Is there a particular park that is near and dear to you? Or are you a lover of all the Olmsted Parks?