A new parklet on the northwest corner of Ocotillo and Ellsworth roads is being built as part of the Ocotillo Road improvements and we need your help to name it! Featuring an iconic clock tower, water feature and plaque honoring the Town’s founding fathers, the parklet will serve as a gathering space in Town Center.
Names for the parklet will be accepted through April 3, and must adhere to the following criteria:
- Geographical location of the park or facility; or
- Natural or geological features proximate to the park or facility; or
- Cultural or historical significance to the Town or surrounding neighborhood*; or
- The family name of an individual or a family that has made a significant contribution to the community, country, state or the field of parks and recreation**.
- Use of the park.
Historically significant names must include information to explain significance. Submissions including the name of a family or individual who is deceased must include written approval from the next of kin.
All eligible names will be provided to the Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee (PRAC) at the April 11 meeting. PRAC’s recommended name will be provided to the Queen Creek Town Council for consideration at the April 19 meeting.
Name submissions will be accepted through the form below and via mail, 22358 N. Ellsworth Road, Queen Creek, 85142, Attention Adam Robinson.