Bill Prescott Helps Develop Strategic Plan to Transform Jacksonville Park

The Friends of James Weldon Johnson Park (FJWJP), the nonprofit organization that manages Jacksonville's first and most historic public park, recently announced the completion of a three-year plan to transform the park into a dynamic space for the community. Bill Prescott, principal at Heritage Capital Group and FJWJP board member, was one of the community members who collaborated with DeAnn Dockery and Jana Ertrachter to develop the strategic plan.

The anticipated growth in Downtown Jacksonville will increase demand for public events and green spaces. The organization's leaders will guide the park's development from August 2022 through August 2025. The goals for the coming months will be to build on the strategic plan, solicit public feedback, and work toward the strategic committee's ideas.

Click here to view the plan and learn more about James Weldon Johnson Park.

About James Weldon Johnson Park 
Friends of James Weldon Johnson Park is a nonprofit group established in 2014 and contracted by the City of Jacksonville to revitalize the city's first and most historically significant public park. James Weldon Johnson Park is located adjacent to City Hall, the main branch of the Jacksonville Public Library, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in the heart of downtown Jacksonville. (Source: JWJP Website)

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