It’s official! The Anchorage Assembly approved a name – Chanshtnu Muldoon Park – for our community park July 25, 2017. Chanshtnu (pronounced CHANSH-nu), meaning “grass creek,” is the Dena’ina word for Chester Creek, which winds through the park at 1301 Muldoon Road.
The U.S. Department of the Interior and the National Park Service announced a grant of $750,000 to the city toward development of Phase 2 of the park last week in July. Map: Continue reading
PASSED! The Parks Bond includes funds for an all-inclusive playground at Muldoon Town Square Park, Muldoon Road at DeBarr – at the location planned for Muldoon Farmers Market starting in 2017. A destination playground will be a big draw for the farmers market and the park.
UPDATE: Passed unanimously by NECC Dec. 17, by the SFCC Jan. 7 and by the Anchorage Parks Commission Jan. 14.
Scenic Foothills Community Council meeting, 7 p.m. Thursday, January 7, in the auditorium at Wayland Baptist University, 7801 East 32nd Avenue. Access via Old Muldoon Road off 36th Avenue, west of Muldoon Road.
The Preferred Alternative for the Muldoon Town Square Park Master Plan is to be presented for a resolution of support. Bring your neighborhood concerns so we can seek solutions together. Everyone is welcome. See newsletter, agenda and minutes links above this post.
Click here for map and driving directions.
Public Park Planning Workshop
5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday
November 4, 2015
Begich Middle School
The master planning process for the Muldoon Town Square Park is proceeding, and we are seeking public input. Please join us for the second Muldoon Town Square Park Open House November 4. See alternative views prepared by the planners. If you haven’t taken survey linked in post below, please do.
Anchorage Parks & Recreation is developing a master plan for the Muldoon Town Square Park on the old Alaska Greenhouse property (SE corner Muldoon Road at DeBarr).
To ensure that future improvements align with the desires of the community, we invite you to participate in a short 5 minutes survey. Survey results will be anonymous and will be used to help inform the development of the master plan.