As part of our yearlong celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Supreme Court case that spared Overton Park from I-40, we’re asking you to share why Overton Park is special to you. Whether you met someone at the park, witnessed history, or had an amazing encounter with nature, we want to hear about it! Please complete the form below to send us your stories, photos, and videos, and we’ll share with the Overton Park community. You’ll find an archive below the form.
Here are some places to start:
- When did you first begin visiting Overton Park?
- What’s your most vivid memory of the park?
- What does the park mean to you?
- Do you associate the park with any special people or times in your life?
- What’s your favorite area of the park? Has that changed over the years?
Justin Merrick is the Executive Director of Center for Transforming Communities, an organization dedicated to building up the cultural, economic, social, physical and municipal health of neighborhoods. Overton Park Conservancy
Conservancy Deputy Executive Director Kaci Murley shares the story of a special day in Overton Park. On a sunny Saturday in December 2020, Ian and I pulled up to Overton
Conservancy board member David Hill shared one of his all-time favorite family videos with us. Here you can see three of David’s sons and a friend emerging one-by-one from within
Overton Park Conservancy board member Michele Adelman shares that she and her husband Steve love to walk their dog Milton in the Old Forest. It’s one of their favorite things