3701 Wilson Blvd.
Design Start Date: 2nd Quarter 2016
Design End Date: 2nd Quarter 2018
Construction Start Date: 2nd Quarter 2019
Construction End Date: 4th Quarter 2019
About the Project
Project Scope includes updates to the entirety of Oakland Park to make surfaces and site furnishings ADA compliant and to enhance the site experience for park users. Design elements include all new site furnishings, decorative paving, wood decking, native plantings and new park signage. A highlight in the park will be a public art piece created by Foon Sham.
Construction began the week of June 10, 2019 with a projected completion date in the 4th quarter of 2019.
About the Process
Past Meeting Summary
- View the meeting summary from 4-24-17
- View the Final Design Board
- View the meeting summary from 11-28-16
- View the Design Meeting Note from 4-25-16
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Neighborhood Conservation (NC) is a program that enables participating neighborhoods to submit capital improvement and beautification projects to the Arlington County Board for approval. NC projects are funded through the voter-approved General Obligation Bond Referenda.
The public art piece by artist Foon Sham is being funded separately through the Neighborhood Conservation program and from private development funds for public art from Dittmar.