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Park Conversations & Master Plan

Conservancy releases RFQ for design and business planning

Overton Park Conservancy, in partnership with the City of Memphis, seeks to obtain statements of qualifications from Design, Planning, and Business Development Professionals to complete a master plan for Overton Park. Proposals are due December 14. The request for qualifications is available at www.overtonpark.org/masterplanRFQ. This is

Add your voice to the Park Conversations

Add your voice to the Park Conversations

Better pedestrian access. Family-friendly programming. Ice stands! These are just a few of the suggestions we’re hearing that might make Overton Park even better. The first phase of the park master plan’s community engagement continued this week as we met with Breakaway Running’s Thursday-night running

Meet the Overton Park master planning team

Meet the Overton Park master planning team

Overton Park Conservancy and the City of Memphis have begun work on the Overton Park master plan. Now that we’re beginning Park Conversations with the community, we want to introduce you to the team that’s working on the project. Vishant Shah is a member of

Master Plan: A Human-Centered Overton Park

Master Plan: A Human-Centered Overton Park

It’s here: the first master planning process for Overton Park in three decades is officially underway. As Overton Park Conservancy and the City of Memphis Division of Parks & Neighborhoods kick off this process using human-centered design principles (more on that in a minute), we’re

Introducing Park Conversations!

Introducing Park Conversations!

As we begin the process of planning for Overton Park’s future, we’re curious about what YOU think makes a park fun to visit! So while you’re traveling this summer–either to another city park, a national park, or a park in your own neighborhood–we want to