Foggy Bottom Public Life Study Boundary

The Foggy Bottom/West End Public Life Study is a neighborhood planning effort to  study strategies focused on improving residents' access to the waterfront, Rock Creek Park, and other community amenities in the Foggy Bottom/ West End Future Planning Analysis Area. 

This project will serve as a first step by analyzing the public realm, focusing on non-automobile forms of mobility, and identifying areas for intervention. 


What is a Public Life Study?

Public life is about the everyday activities that people naturally take part in when they spend time with each other outside their homes, workplaces, and cars. Public life studies analyze observed human behavior in shared spaces to inform policy, regulations, and public space design.

Click here for more information on previous Office of Planning-led public life initiatives. To view a bit more information about this process check out the Public Life Story Map

Question title

Sign up to receive email updates and notifications about future meetings and activities as the process progresses:

(Your information should be shown below if you've already signed up)