The City of Hoboken today announced a survey to gather public feedback on three concept designs for the 800 Monroe Resiliency Park, which were unveiled at a public meeting on April 13. Public input collected from the meeting and online survey will be utilized by the design team to refine the concepts and create two new design alternatives that will be presented to the public later this summer.
To take the online survey, go to https://arcg.is/1S101S. The survey is scheduled to close on April 27 at 6 p.m.
The three concept designs include a combination of active and passive amenities.
The project team created the three concept designs guided by public feedback from stakeholders, a previous community meeting, and 1,837 survey responses. 64 percent of respondents said they wanted a mixture of passive and active space. The top five active space amenities included a swimming pool, playground, walking track, tennis courts, and pickleball courts, while the top five passive space amenities included trees and gardens, open lawn space, café, spray area, and plaza.
Concept one includes a playground, walking paths, two tennis courts with eight pickleball courts, a dog run, a spray fountain, trees, open lawn space, a plaza, picnic areas, restrooms, and a café.
The second concept includes a community pool, a playground, trees, open lawn space, a plaza, picnic areas, restrooms, and a café.
The third concept includes an Olympic-size swimming pool, playground, trees, open lawn space, a plaza, picnic areas, restrooms, and a café.
For more information on 800 Monroe Resiliency Park and to view the presentation on the three concept designs, go to hobokennj.gov/800monroe.