Monday, December 12, 2016

You're Invited To Roosevelt Island Community Meeting On Future Of Southpoint Park Tuesday December 13 - Review Various Proposals For Future Active And Passive Uses Of Southpoint Park

According to the Roosevelt Island Operating Corp (RIOC):

Community Plan for Southpoint Open Space

4th Community Advisory Committee Meeting

As a reminder, the 4th Community Advisory Committee Meeting will be held on Tuesday, December 13th at 6:30 PM at the Good Shepherd Community Center (543 Main Street) in the large community room on the lower level of the building.

Note: A call-in number has been set up for anyone who cannot attend but would like to observe the meeting live. Please email the project team at by 2:00 PM tomorrow (December 13th) to request the call-in information.

Most of the evening will involve presentations, discussions, and activities with the Committee members, but there will be a designated time at the end of the meeting to hear from the public. There will also be comment forms available if public attendees want to submit their input in writing.

The Community Advisory Committee has representatives from over 20 organizations on Roosevelt Island and is scheduled to meet a total of four times during the project, providing advice and input throughout.

Click here to visit the the project website for more information and to learn about all the opportunities to get involved.

Don't forget! Share and view images of Southpoint Open Space on the Flickr page, click here.

We look forward to hearing from you!
RIOC Southpoint Open Space consultant Arnie Bloch of Fitzgerald & Halliday presented various passive and active draft concepts for the future of Southpoint Park during the November 30 Roosevelt Island Residents Association (RIRA) Common Council Meeting. Here's what Mr. Bloch presented on possible future versions of Southpoint Park,

the November 30 Community  Plan for Southpoint Open Space RIRA presentation

and the introduction of Mr. Bloch's presentation

which included an overview of the project's process.

More information on the Community Plan for Southpoint Open Space at it's web site.