Hood River Valley Residents Committee and Hood River Valley Parks and Rec
Land use -- Planning -- Oregon -- Hood River, Parks -- Design and construction, Community development -- Oregon -- Hood River
Hood River, both the City and the County, are growing and projected to grow substantially in future years. An opportunity has arisen to consider one of the last well-located and large parcels for development as a new park in a fast-growing area of the community. However, what makes a good park? Would that differ based on who was being asked? How can a wider range of voices join this conversation? This work was undertaken to tell the story of what a westside park could be, and what it would take to make it happen.
his project was conducted under the supervision of Ethan Seltzer, Marisa Zapata, and Susan Hartnett.
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Fiske, David; Lamb, Nathen; Roberts, Will; Srnka, Kara; Stainback, Grace; and Waldo, Jeffrey, "Westside Community Park: A Vision for Public Space" (2016). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. Paper 135. http://pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu/usp_murp/135