Eighteen months after it launched, Park City’s Elevation Meaninging project has started to take shape.
A community-led effort to raise the city’s profile and improve access to parks and trails, the park was established in early 2015 and will be a key part of the citys 2020 Vision 2025 plan.
“Park City is an iconic urban space and I think that’s why people want to live here,” Park City City Mayor Steve Ralston said in a press release.
“The Park City Elevation Meansing project is a way of putting Park City on the map in a way that people around the world can see and understand what this community is all about.”
The project will involve a series of public events and social events.
“We have got a lot of work to do and a lot to do before we’re able to take it all on,” Ralstein said.
In 2018, Park Place Place opened, with its own dedicated pedestrian walkway, park benches and public art installation.
The city also launched its Vision 2020 plan in April 2019, which outlined a range of actions to improve the city.
“Park Place Place is our first step to creating a more vibrant city,” Raltzman said.
We need to create a sense of community and a sense that we’re all connected, even when we’re not.” “
[The park] is a great opportunity for Park Place to be a more connected, vibrant and inclusive place for people of all ages, genders and cultures,” he said.
“We need to create a sense of community and a sense that we’re all connected, even when we’re not.”
Park Place is one of six parks that will be part of Park City 2025, which is a 10-year vision to improve urban and recreational opportunities in the city, including parks, recreation centres, public spaces, and the arts.
For more details on Park City, check out its website.
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