Image courtesy of SiteWorkshop Landscape Architecture

Members of the public can share their input on the design of a future park under I-5, between Jackson St. and King St. in an online survey. InterIm Community Development Association (CDA), which is leading the project, has hosted several meetings to get public input on the project, which is intended to be a culturally-relevant space for the neighborhood. The I-5 underpass between Little Saigon and the rest of the Chinatown International District has been “challenging the public safety of the neighborhood” and businesses, according to the survey.

Image courtesy of SiteWorkshop Landscape Architecture

The underpass contains a parking lot, which would stay intact. Ideas proposed for the new park include art, seating, a dog park, facilities for recreational activities, and more.

As well as InterIm CDA, designers and urban engineers from SiteWorkshop, ZGF Architects and others are working on the project.

Those interested in providing input can fill out the following survey. The survey will be available until September 17.

To provide further feedback, contact I-5 Underpass Park Steering Committee member Lizzy Chong Baskerville at [email protected].

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