Park(ing) Day in NoMa

October 7, 2015

Thank you to everyone who joined us for PARK(ing) Day on September 18th. PARK(ing) Day is a global event in which metered parking spaces are transformed into temporary public parks. The NoMa neighborhood had the highest concentration of these mini parks in D.C., including a pet adoption zone, lending library, urban camp site, doggie beach, and Vision Zero round table. Please click here to view some photographs from the park(ing) spaces in NoMa.

Parking Day

The mission of Park(ing) Day is to call attention to the need for more open, public space in the urban environment. We at the NoMa Parks Foundation couldn’t agree more with this sentiment, and remain steadfast in our quest to create welcoming, sustainable, and terrific parks and public spaces in the neighborhood.