Together with the BPRW team, consultants at Agency Landscape + Planning led the first (of three) public workshops to engage the community in providing feedback on Perkins Pier. Over 100 individuals signed up and attended to hear the summary of background information and analysis conducted so far by Agency, and to also ask questions, offer insight into the use of Perkins Pier, as well as thoughts on what should change. If you missed it and want to review what was discussed – there are several options available below, including a full meeting recording by Town Meeting TV-Channel 17. Our Parks Project Coordinate, Jon Adams-Kollitz was also interviewed about the site and project prior to the meeting.
In late March, BPRW’s working group and Agency met to kick off the design portion of the siting study.
Missed the public meetings? We still want to hear your comments on the proposed design ideas!
Perkins Pier Re-Imagining Public Meetings
The second public meeting was held on May 18 from 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
The second virtual public meeting presented design options for Perkins Pier. Our consultant team, led by Agency Planning + Design, provided an overview of the project, a summary of feedback received during the first public meeting, site programming constraints and provided opportunities for individuals to interact via polls and the chat feature.
Over the summer, BPRW and the consultant team will work towards a preferred plan and present the final Study results in early fall.
Over 100 individuals registered for the virtual meeting, over 50 attended.
First Public Meeting was held March 16 from 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
We hosted a virtual public meeting to Re-Imagine Perkins Pier. Our consultants from Agency Landscape + Planning provided an overview of the project, identified project goals, the site analysis they have completed including both park and marina-side conditions, climate resiliency and provided opportunities for individuals to interact via polls, the chat and a question and answer session. Over 190 individuals registered for the virtual meeting, over 100 attended. More than 130 questions were asked and answered by the more than 70% Burlington residents who participated.