Help Plan the Future of Allen Park
Salt Lake City is working to establish Allen Park as an open, pedestrian park that highlights the site’s unique history, enhances ecological features, conserves the artistic monuments throughout the site, and repairs the main house and other structures.
To reach this goal and determine future park uses, Public Lands is following recommendations in the Allen Park Cultural Landscape Report and seeking public input through online and in-person engagement opportunities.
This is where you come in. We want to hear from you!
What are your thoughts about potential future uses of this unique 7-acre site? How can it best serve all City residents in ways compatible with the constrained site along a forested, two-block stretch of Emigration Creek?
Please take a few minutes to review the final recommended concept and let us know what you think by submitting a comment.
The Plan will identify strategies and recommend improvement projects to help accomplish the following objectives
Preserve the stories and historic character of Allen Park
Preserve, repair and adapt the most historically and most architecturally significant structures on the property
Enhance forested area and restore the natural habitat areas and native vegetation
Promote pedestrian access and trail connectivity
Make improvements to Emigration Creek's floodplain
Preserve and protect the unique artwork on site