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

Participate in a community-based design process for a mosaic Ashland Common!

Mosaic artist, Debbie Koppman, was selected by a community-based committee to design artwork for Ashland Common park.  Please take this survey to help shape a unique art piece reflective of our community values!   Your input will inform the planning of the first community design workshop for Ashland Common mosaic.

¡Participe en un proceso de diseño communitario para un mosaico para Ashland Common!

Debbie Koppman, artista de mosaico, fue seleccionada por un comité comunitario para diseñar la obra en el parque Ashland Common. Si quiere ayudar al proceso creativo y compartir los valores que reflejan su comunidad, porfavor llene esta encuesta. Su información informará la planificación del primer taller de diseño comunitatio para el mosaico de Ashland Common.

Hub Art with Blue

Email Kira Maritano at kira.maritano@tpl.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 Annie Youngerman at annie.youngerman@tpl.org for more information.