The comuniparques Project is Tijuana’s urban greening program, which aims to renovate several of Tijuana’s degraded city parks and create capacities for sustainable communities through community engagement and installation of green infrastructure. In their first phase of work, the program is focusing on two parks in the Residencial del Bosque and Matamoros neighborhoods.
In collaboration with students from SDSU’s Environmental Conservation Practice course (Geography 570), as well as students from Universidad de las Californias International and Colegio de la Frontera Norte (COLEF), our class will develope signage for these parks. Our class developed plans and park designs created by students in GEO570, and used community demographics gathered by students and the project in Tijuana. The signage must identify and communicate information about the park to residents, and help engage them in the many uses of the park.
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