Montgomery Parks will host a virtual meeting Wednesday at 7 p.m. to inform residents and answer questions about the future Lyttonsville Neighborhood Park in Silver Spring, they announced on Monday.
“Staff will present about the project, answer questions, and gather feedback,” Montgomery Parks said in a tweet on Monday. According to Montgomery Parks, the meeting will also be a space for residents “to share ideas for the project.”
The project, which was resumed in March, was started to develop a new neighborhood park at 2205 Kansas Ave. in Silver Spring. The plan was initially outlined back in 2019, but was delayed as a result of Purple Line construction.
In addition to a new “neighborhood green,” the project also includes a “rest-stop with amenities” along the Capital Crescent Trail.
Join the virtual Community Meeting this Wednesday (June 29) at 7 pm to learn about the future Lyttonsville Neighborhood Park in Silver Spring.
Staff will present about the project, answer questions, and gather feedback.
— Montgomery Parks (@MontgomeryParks) June 27, 2022
This meeting will be the first of two community meetings that Montgomery Parks plan to hold in regard to the project, according to the park project schedule. The date of the second meeting is yet to be determined.