Tools and Visioning Activities to help you learn what people need and want for their park.
Gather oral histories to capture what makes the park special.
Invite people to express their vision for the park on paper objects cut into playful shapes.
Use a basketball-style game to discover what kids and teens want to change in the park.
Find out which features in the park are popular and which need to change.
Learn what people want for the park through brief, one-on-one interviews.
Teach people about the park through an interactive, guided experience.
Envision what the park could look like with an architecture-themed activity.
Prepare to use any tool with these helpful checklists.
Show kids the park’s hidden treasures to encourage park appreciation and feedback.
Discover people’s connection to the park with words, drawings, and stickers placed on a map.
Meet with Parks to discuss and debate the community’s vision.
Rank people’s top priorities for the park’s redesign.