Updated—meeting date changed: Montgomery County officials want public input on what to do with the activity building adjacent to North Four Corners Local Park in Silver Spring. The building closed in 2010 because it wasn't being used.
Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission is hosting a community meeting Jan. 16 to begin work on a plan for the building. Proposals for the use of the building are being accepted until tomorrow, Nov. 27 at 1 p.m.
A committee will review submitted proposals and evaluate based on four criteria:
- Proposed use and overall approach to the adaptive reuse of the Park Activity Building.
- Qualifications and expertise of the bidder.
- Financial capacity of the bidder and feasibility of the proposed use.
- The business plan for the proposed use.
The North Four Corners Park Activity Building is a 2,000-square foot, one-story building. There facility includes a general purpose room, a kitchen and two restrooms.
The community meeting will be held at the activity building, located at 211 Southwood Ave. in Silver Spring at 7 p.m. Head to the Park and Planning department blog for more information.