KCCI looking for community input on Tallahassee’s future Bicentennial Park

One of the projects for Tallahassee’s bicentennial year is a new city park, to be located in downtown Tallahassee. The design and plan for the park are in the works, and the team behind them wants public input. Take a few moments and complete the survey. SURVEY HERE

In honor of the capital city’s 200th anniversary, the 2024 KCCI Community Catalyst Tally 200 volunteer team is envisioning and designing a Bicentennial Park. The Tally 200 team aims to transform the area located downtown next to City Hall along Jefferson Street into a space for connection that beckons people to gather and connect. The volunteer Community Catalysts are working with with the public, the American Institute of Architects (AIA Tallahassee), the Office of Mayor John Dailey, the Tallahassee Downtown Improvement Authority and other community stakeholders to create the new park in the spirit of the Tallahassee Bicentennial.