Welcome to the Washington Way Pocket Park Project
The OSU campus has many beautiful green spaces, gathering spaces, recreational areas, and study and reflection spots. (check the status of the project)
Here’s your chance to share your ideas for a new space for collaboration, experimentation and presentation for students, researchers, faculty, staff and departments.
OSU is embarking on a collaborative pocket park design effort for the vacant space left after construction of the 15th & Washington Way street improvements in 2014.
With input from the campus and Corvallis communities, we will be developing a design to reflect the desired and expected use of students, staff, faculty, and community members for construction completion by fall 2016.
Share your Voice – Shape OSU’s new open space
All members of the Beaver Nation are welcome to share their voice in this collaborative Washington Way Pocket Park Open Space Design Opportunity to create the newest green space on campus, along the new Washington Way/15th Street Corridor. (Survey)
What features and considerations will make this new open space great and reflect what OSU brings to the state and the world?
What elements are important to you?
- Gathering Space
- Artist Elements and Exhibitions
- Performing Art Opportunities
- Reflection Areas
- Recreation Space
- Stormwater Treatment
View the Project Design page for on-going updates on the project and send your comments or questions to Nathan, the OSU Project Manager