TJ Park Photo Gallery

Gateway to TJ Park
Gateway to Thomas Jefferson Park from Second Street South at Irving Street:  Designed with input from and maintained by Arlington Heights volunteers.  Recipient of 2008 FY Park Enhancement Grant to add kiosk, benches, and a water source.  Photo credit:  Mark Hiznay

 

Organic Vegetable Garden
Organic Vegetable Garden:  Launched in August 2010,this began as a Silver Award Project of Girl Scout Troop 557, Maintained by Thomas Jefferson Middle School Volunteers.  Recipient of  Arlington County Park Enhancement Grant.  This garden participates in the “Plot Against Hunger,” donating food to the Arlington Food Assistance Center.  Photo Credit: Mark Hiznay
Tot Lot
The Playground:  this tot lot gets heavy use, despite its age and obvious wear, and is a favorite of children when parents and older siblings are exercising.  Funds to replace this playground are included in the proposed Capital Improvement Plan for 2015-2024.  Photo Credit: Mark Hiznay
Turf Field
Synthetic Turf Soccer Field with Dark Skies Lighting: This field was completed in June 2010 with intense community support to replace the a blue stone field that created serious and chronic dusty conditions at the park.)  Photo Credit: Mark Hiznay
Part of the wildlife offerings - a blue jay
TJ Wildlife. Photo Credit:  Mark Hiznay
Walking path
Walking Path. Photo Credit: Mark Hiznay
Pollinator garden
Organic Pollinator Garden:  Planted and Maintained by Arlington Heights Volunteers.  Photo Credit: Mark Hiznay
Outdoor Gym
Outdoor Gym & Notable Southern Red Oak. Photo Credit: Mark Hiznay
The Keebler Tree
The “Keebler Tree,” became an Arlington Notable Tree in 2012. Photo Credit: Mark Hiznay

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