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S and T Streets Parks Park Improvements and Dog Park

The S and T Streets triangle parks project is the result of close partnerships between DPR and the S and T Streets Parks community. These two triangle parks, are located northeast of Dupont Circle, along New Hampshire Avenue, and 17th Street, NW, intersecting S Street and T Street, NW. These two parks have been heavily used and are in need of renovations. The new designs for both triangle parks will greatly improve the aesthetics and functionality of the spaces.

S Street Park
The grounds of S Street Park were approved in June 2008 by DPR to become the District's first official off-leash dog park. The S Street Dog Park, will be approximately 5,600 square-feet, fenced and utilize a synthetic turf surface designed specifically for dog parks, providing a safe area for visitors to take their dog off leash. The S Street Park will also feature a lighted plaza and seating area.

T Street Park
The new design for the T Street Park features new landscaping, decorative pavers and seating areas. In addition, the site design will help preserve one of the District’s oldest swamp oak trees.

Schedule and Status
Construction is complete. The parks opened in September 2009.

Office : Office of Planning and Capital Projects
Address : New Hampshire Avenue, and 17th Street, NW, intersecting S Street and T Street, NW

Goal/Milestones :

  • Project Approval—Completed
  • Construction Began—2009
  • Construction Completed—September 2009