Design Advisory Committee meetings are open to the public. Please note that space may be limited and we ask that those who attend observe quietly. There may be additional time to hear from the audience, but the Design Advisory Committee members are responsible for providing the perspective from their contingency. A list of the Design Advisory Committee Members is available under Resources and we encourage dialogue with those individuals. The open house at the end of the process will be another opportunity to gage the relevance of the conceptual design direction provided to that point.
Design Advisory Committee Meeting #1
INITIAL WORKSHOP: Thursday, September 25, 2014 6-8pm, at the Habitat for Humanity’s new building on Prior and University. 1954 University Ave. W St. Paul, MN 55104 The Committee will evaluate relevance of the outcome of the 2005 study of the park and provide input on needs and preferences based on an overall vision for the park.
Meeting #1 Agenda
Design Advisory Committee Meeting #2
Design Advisory Committee Meeting #2 – DEVELOPING A VISION: Thursday, October 23, 2014 6-8pm, Location TBA. The Committee will discuss and provide input on a preferred direction including overall layout, design elements and style.
Meeting #2 Notes
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Design Advisory Committee Meeting #3
Design Advisory Committee Meeting #3 – REFINED CONCEPT: Thursday, January 12, 2014 6-8pm. The Committee will discussed and provided input on a preferred direction including overall layout, design elements and style.
Meeting #3 Notes
Meeting #3 Presentation (large file – may take a moment to load)
Public Open House – Dickerman Park Conceptual Design
Presentation (large File may take a moment to load)
On Tuesday, February 17, 2014, the City of Saint Paul held an Open House to present the conceptual design for Dickerman Park. Over 30 people attended to listen to a short presentation and to view the graphics developed through the process of the last 6 months as advised by the Design Advisory Committee.
The City is seeking funding to construct the park which is on the north side of University Avenue between Fairview and Aldine. The advent of the Green Line, the associated redevelopment in the Fairview Station area, and the lack of visible public green space along the corridor make Dickerman Park an incredible opportunity to create an authentic landmark gathering space reflective of the surrounding community.