publication . External research report . 2012

Waverly, Virginia : community park, downtown revitalization, and entryway enhancements

Gilboy, Elizabeth; Marshall, Ashleigh; Proctor, Nicholaus; Talley, Stephen; Howell, Anne;
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  • Published: 01 Aug 2012
  • Publisher: Virginia Tech. Community Design Assistance Center
  • Country: United States
Abstract
Waverly is a small town of approximately 2,300 residents, located in Southside Virginia’s Sussex County. Waverly has a history of pine tree and peanut farms, with several former mills in the area as well as a local Carver Peanut Museum. Land was donated for a town park – the Allen W. Gibson Jr. Community Park – and the town of Waverly and its Parks and Recreation Commission approached the Community Design Assistance Center (CDAC) at Virginia Tech for conceptual design assistance for the park as well as conceptual ideas for Waverly's downtown streetscape, a possible town square, and entryway designs. CDAC worked with the town, the Parks and Recreation Commission,...
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free text keywords: Waverly (Sussex County, Va.) -- Designs and plans., Parks -- Virginia -- Waverly (Sussex County) -- Designs and plans., City planning -- Virginia -- Waverly (Sussex County) -- Designs and plans., LD5655.A542 C57 2012c
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