In December 2016, our team held public presentations and visited the City’s boards, commissions and NPAs with concept plans for Main and St. Paul Streets and City Hall Park. You can review these here:

Main Street/St. Paul Concept Plan PDF (Download)
City Hall Park Concept Plan PDF (Download)
Video recording of Nov. 16 Presentation (View)—please see Main Street/St. Paul Concept Plan PDF page 70 for updated parking strategy.

Throughout the winter and spring, we’ve been busy working on plans for the Great Streets Projects. Join us on August 14 for an update on City Hall Park plans!

In November 2016, our team presented a concept plan for the redesign of City Hall Park. Through the end of December, we visited the City’s boards, commissions and NPAs to share the concept plan and collect additional feedback; we also received many comments online. The plan for City Hall Park prioritized a healthy, functioning urban park; accessibility for all users, in all seasons; and the enhancement of an historic park to meet the modern needs of our community. Throughout the winter and spring, we’ve been busy conducting additional studies to inform our plans, and refining the concepts based on public input and preliminary cost estimates. During the presentation we’ll provide an updated concept plan, and highlight ways in which the plan has responded to feedback and this additional information.

Plans, copies of presentations, and links to video recordings from previous City Hall Park presentations can be found HERE, along with the feedback received on the late 2016 plans HERE. 

We hope you’ll join us for this presentation of the updated plan on August 14.
Great Streets—City Hall Park Plan
Monday, August 14, 2017

7:00pm in Contois Auditorium, City Hall

Additional presentations of these plans will take place at the August 29 City Council Parks, Arts & Culture Committee meeting and September 5 Parks Commission meeting. See the events page for more details.


We encourage you to participate in the Great Streets effort by sharing your ideas, thoughts, concerns, and comments with us.

You can fill out this form or contact:
Robert Goulding, Public Information Manager, Department of Public Works
(802) 540-0846 or 

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