Construction of the front portion of the Muldoon Park Strip – the part we call Muldoon Town Square – began in August 2016 and is expected to be complete by fall of 2017. Phase 1 plans call for an all-inclusive playground, an ice (skating) ribbon, pavilion, bridge across the creek, a home for the Muldoon Farmers Market and more! At least two more phases are to follow to finish the park on the old Alaska Greenhouse site at DeBarr & Muldoon.
Public Park Planning Workshop #2
Open House 5:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday November 4, 2015 Begich Middle School
The master planning process for the Muldoon Town Square Park is proceeding, and we are seeking public input. Please join us for the second Muldoon Town Square Park Open House November 4. See alternative views prepared by the planners. If you haven’t taken survey linked in post below, please do.
As you may know, Anchorage Parks and Recreation is developing a master plan for the Muldoon Town Square Park on the old Alaska Greenhouse property (SE corner Muldoon Road at DeBarr).
To ensure that future improvements align with the desires of the community, we invite you to participate in a short 5 minutes survey. Survey results will be anonymous and will be used to help inform the development of the master plan.
Seventy-five years ago, East Anchorage was mostly spruce forest. Anchorage pioneer homesteader Arnold L. Muldoon backpacked building materials along a muddy trail that became Muldoon Road. He put up a log cabin in the winter of 1940-1941 and tried his hand at farming. Read the story of how Muldoon Road got its name!
If you want go go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together. –African Proverb
And we have a long way to go!
√Muldoon Farmers Market – Saturdays 9-2 at Begich Middle School June 27 through September 26, 2015. The Muldoon Farmers Market is a volunteer-run, community-based, not-for-profit effort to create a quality farmers market by the mountains in East Anchorage, Alaska. The organizers are volunteers from the Northeast, Russian Jack and Scenic Foothills community councils who saw a need for a place to buy Alaska grown, caught, and made produce, food, arts and crafts in Muldoon.
√ Channelizing Muldoon Road – Muldoon Road has a higher crash rate than other similar roads in Alaska. The safety improvements are to benefit pedestrians, bicyclists and automobiles. The project is to reduce the number of left-turning, rear-end, and head-on collisions in project area. Safe Access is Good for Business document explains important safety impacts of carefully controlling and managing access along roadways. Construction – Summer 2015.