Included in the plan, which you can view here, is a native woodland garden, an employee native garden walk, enhanced historical gardens, a citrus tree grove (!!!), farm-forward landscape, informal and formal lawn areas, a native berry and edible garden and an enhanced sloped lawn area. As part of the farm-forward landscape, City Hall employees would have access to vegetables grown in raised planters, with surplus to go to the needy. An educational garden to teach children how to grow food is also part of the master green plan.
Are you in favor of including edible gardens and fruit trees in the City Hall design? Click here to give the Department of Recreation and Parks your feedback.