Brickline Greenway - Connecting People, Places,
and Equitable Opportunities in St. Louis
with guest, Mark Vogl
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The Brickline Greenway (formerly known as the Chouteau Greenway), will connect Forest Park to the Gateway Arch and provide connections to Fairgrounds Park and Tower Grove Park, running between Boyle Avenue and Sarah Avenue within the City of St. Louis. Great Rivers Greenway, a public agency has been connecting three of the counties in the St. Louis region with greenways for nearly 20 years. Through civic engagement, the making of this greenway has become as important as the greenway itself. The Brickline Greenway is about connecting beloved places together with the people who live here to create meaningful experiences every day. It is about giving voice to many who have not had the opportunity to participate in the city’s development. It’s about trying new things and moving forward (greatriversgreenway.org/makingof/).
Join us, Friday, February 5th at 10:00 - 10:30 am to receive an update on the projects and development on the Brickline Greenway and discuss how communities are being impact or will be impacted by Brickline Greenway with featured guest, Mark Vogl, Project Manager at Great Rivers Greenway.
Mark Vogl, Project Manager at Great Rivers Greenway District
Mark Vogl is the project manager for planning at Great Rivers Greenway (GRG). With his professional background in urban planning and landscape architecture, his primary responsibilities at GRG are to lead greenway master planning and implement the district’s Regional Plan. Prior to joining the district in 2013, Mark spent nearly twenty years with HOK’s Planning Group and was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Panama.
He received his Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from Kansas State University and studied Urban Design at Washington University in St. Louis.
Friday, February 5, 2021
10:00 - 10:30 am
Virtual event via Zoom.
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