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Audubon Park Garden District looking to transform alleyways into public spaces


The Audubon Park Garden District was targeted by Rollins College planning students for a real-world application of their budding placemaking skills recently in a study of two of the district’s alleyways in an effort to identify other possible uses for them that could benefit the community as a whole.

The main alleyway in question was the west alley between the K-8 parking lot and the Redlight Redlight strip.

An unveiling of the study will be held at 9 a.m. Wednesday, June 5 at Bikes, Beans, and Bordeaux Cafe, located at 3022 Corrine Drive [GMap]. You can follow their Facebook event page HERE for updated information. Attendees will be asked for feedback on the study and to contribute their own ideas

You can see the report ahead of the public forum event by scrolling down, as well as another class project, a guidebook for Sustainable Landscaping Practices for Audubon Park.


Highlights include:

  • Mood lighting installation like string lights found in DeLand Artisan Alley.
  • Making rear entrances to businesses more inviting.
  • An alleyway farmer’s market.
  • Mural art walk

Sustainable ls audubon from Brendan O’Connor

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