Thank you to everyone who joined our virtual meeting on Thursday evening. If you missed the event, don’t worry, we've uploaded the presentation slides to this website, which you can view here and have added the recording of the meeting below so that you can view it at your convenience!
To recap, during the meeting we presented on an overview of the Open Space process. We then dove deeper into the strategic plan and synergy between the future open spaces. The meeting closed off with touching on the vision, goals, and priorities.
It was great to see such a great turnout and engagement! We really appreciate the community's focus on adding vibrancy and culture to each park.
We look forward to seeing you at our next meeting! Please continue to share your feedback and questions in the comments section, we love hearing from you!
The Crystal City BID will be hosting our first virtual community engagement meeting on June 24th, at 7pm. We hope to see you participate live as we continue the Crystal City Open Space Series. This will be our first meeting in a three part series aimed at fostering community dialogue. Register here and come ready to share your diverse input and perspectives. If you are unable to attend, we encourage you to add ideas and comments through our online forum. In order to remain in the loop on the most recent updates, please hit the blue subscribe button above. We look forward to seeing you at our first meeting!
JBGS is excited to be using CoUrbanize again for our conversation around planned open spaces in Crystal City. In the past, JBGS has utilized CoUrbanize’s effective and dynamic features for virtual development projects to spur engagement in the Capital Region. As we continue to find new ways to strengthen our conversation with the community, we hope you take this time to check out the site’s features and capabilities. The ability to receive feedback directly has us excited to hear what you have to say!
In light of recent affairs, JBG SMITH and our project team wish you and your loved ones well during these difficult times. To keep everyone safe, engagement meetings will be postponed indefinitely.