Ashland Common

Ashland Common20210713 Ashland Common Site Model

Ashland Common is a vibrant community-designed park that will be constructed on the corner of E. 14th Street and 166th Avenue The project is a collaboration between The Trust for Public Land and HARD. The 0.88-acre lot will become a beautiful multi-faceted park that provides a diverse range of features and amenities, creating a recreational experience for the entire community. The project is fully-funded and construction is expected to begin in 2022.

Ashland Common will include:

  • Public Plaza for gatherings and pop-up markets
  • Interactive Water Feature
  • Shade Structure
  • Outdoor Fitness Equipment
  • Playground
  • Open Lawn for informal sports and gatherings
  • Picnic Tables and Seating
  • Walking Loop
  • Outdoor Stage for performances
  • Public Art
  • Lighting
  • Landscaping and Ornamental Trees
  • Partner Programming Hub Building
  • Restroom

Schematic Site Plan (003)
Art for Ashland Common

Slide1You are invited to provide feedback on the Ashland Common Mosaic Art design options! Ashland Common will be a new park at E 14th Street and 166th Avenue. Debbie Koppman, mosaic artist, was selected by a community-based committee to design mosaic artwork for the Ashland Common hub building in the park. Debbie created 3 options for the community to weigh in on. These designs are inspired from the stories and images generated through the community book-making workshop in August. Your feedback will help shape a unique art piece reflective of the Ashland community’s identity and diversity.

Debbie created 3 options for the community to weigh in on.  These designs are inspired from the stories and images generated through the community bookmaking workshop that took place in August.  Your feedback will help shape a unique art piece reflective of Ashland community’s identity and diversity.

¡Usted está invitado a proporcionar comentarios sobre las propuestas para Ashland Common Mosaic Art! Ashland Common es un nuevo parque que se está desarrollando en la calle E 14th y en la avenida 166th. La artista, Debbie Koppman, fue seleccionada por un comité basado en la comunidad para diseñar el arte del mosaico para el edificio Ashland Common Hub en el parque. Debbie Koppman creó 3 opciones para el diseño. Estos diseños se inspiran en las historias e imágenes generadas a través del taller de libros que hicimos en agosto con varios miembros de la comunidad. Sus comentarios ayudarán a dar forma a una obra de arte única que refleje la identidad y diversidad de la comunidad de Ashland.

How to Participate/ Cómo participar:

   •   Complete this Google survey link to view mosaic art design options and provide feedback.
Survey opens now until 11/9.

Complete esta encuesta de google para ver las opciones de diseño y proporcionar comentarios. La encuesta está abierta hasta las 11/9


•    Talk to the artist
11/2, 3:30 PM to 6:30 PM at REACH Center’s Día de los Muertos event
Hable con el artista
11/2, de 3:30 a 6:30 en EL evento REACH Center Día de Muertos.

• 
 Final Mosaic Art Design Options Presentation
Monday December 5 at 6:30 pm, HARD Board Regular Meeting


Past Events:

•    Art Making Workshop (Click to see selected images selected images)
Thursday August 11 at Jack Holland Park

Email Ariella Levitch, ariella.levitch@tpl.org or Hai-Ping Mo, moha@haywardrec.org for more information.

Demonstration Garden at Ashland Common

There will be opportunities for interested community members to help design, plant, and maintain a small demonstration garden within the park. 

Email Ariella Levitch, ariella.levitch@tpl.org or Hai-Ping Mo, moha@haywardrec.org for more information.