Share your input on the Gene C. Reid Park Master Plan

If you had a magic wand, what would you change about Gene C. Reid Park? What do you love about the park today? In what ways would you like to see it grow, adapt, or change?

If you are interested in talking with someone about what's happening with the park, the planning process, or need help with the survey, you can find members of the planning team set up at a few events this weekend.

Tanque Verde Swap Meet 4100 S Palo Verde Road Friday, May 13, 6-9 p.m. (Aisle 5 Space 18)

Second Saturday Downtown Downtown Tucson Saturday, May 14, 5-9 p.m.

Music Under the Stars Gene C. Reid Park Georges DeMeester Performance Center 800 S. Concert Place Sunday, May 15, 5-8 p.m.

Take the Gene C. Reid Park map-based survey, now open to gather input about how the community uses the park and its priorities for the future. Input will influence the design ideas that are generated. The survey will close on Tuesday, May 31, at 11:59 p.m.

More about the project:

The City of Tucson is embarking on an exciting master-planning process for Gene C. Reid Park. Rooted in conversations with the community and a rigorous understanding of the park’s physical conditions, the purpose of this master plan will be to arrive at a design that protects the best of Gene C. Reid Park while casting a vision for future improvements.

Community input is a critical component of the planning process, and this is just the first engagement opportunity of many for the broader Tucson community to share their feedback. 

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