Three design options for Flood Park will be presented tonight (Sept. 1) at a community meeting on the future of the park. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. at at the Fair Oaks Community Center, 2600 Middlefield Road in Redwood City.
This is the third community meeting on the Reimagine Flood Park project. The San Mateo County Parks Department and the consulting firm Gates + Associates will present the design alternatives for the 21-acre park, located between Bay Road and the Bayshore Freeway.
"The designs reflect what was expressed as priorities for park features and uses at the previous community meetings and through the online survey," said Carla Schoof, community programs specialist for county parks. "We want to learn which design resonates with the community or how different elements from the three designs may be incorporated into one final plan."
The target date for a final plan is February 2016, she said. The county will post updates and next steps on its website.
Spanish translation and child care services will be available at the meeting, she said.