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Downtown Culpeper has a significant collection of 19th and 20th century commercial, industrial and institutional buildings. There is a broad range of architectural styles representative of the eclecticism of its historic periods. View Video History of Culpeper by National Trust for Historic Preservation
CRI has created a positive energy and excitement that has drawn praise and accolades from organizations including the American Planning Association and the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
To better reflect the open and inviting atmosphere of Downtown, Culpeper Renaissance has partnered with the Wood family to give back to Culpeper. For many months now, the property at 118 North Main Street has been an empty lot. The current state of the property does not reflect the vibrancy of Downtown Culpeper. The Wood family has graciously donated the use of their property to CRI in order to build a pocket park.
This pocket park, which will be named “E. B. Wood Community Park”, will add much desired recreational space to our Downtown. A dedicated committee has been formed to head up this project. These volunteers will work to make sure that the community park fits the aesthetic of our Downtown, grants are found to move the project forward, and donations are solicited from our Community. Currently, plans are underway for design and construction.
Beginning this month, we will ask the residents of Culpeper for their valuable input towards this unique feature. Whether this input is through donations, time, or effort, we are proud to partner with the Wood family and the residents of Culpeper to continue to beautify our Downtown.
To see initial concept designs, log on to www.culpeperdowntown.com. For more information, to make a donation, and for general inquiries, please contact CRI Executive Director Dan Goldstein at email@example.com.
Culpeper Renaissance, Inc. Pocket Park Campaign sign to be erected on site of future E.B. Wood Community Park
CRI Board President, Steve Miller and property owners, Caleb Wood, Rosia Wood, and Aaron Wood break ground for the future site of the E.B. Wood Community Park