Georgetown businesses from Baked and Wired to Fleurir Chocolates will swap out parking spaces for temporary public park spaces throughout the day Friday.
“PARK (ing) Day is a great opportunity to experiment with what can be done in the area of a single parking space to contribute to a greener, more lively public space,” Jonathon Kass, transportation director at the Georgetown Business Improvement District, said in a press release.
In all five Georgetown businesses are participating:
- Baked & Wired (1052 Thomas Jefferson St. NW)
- Malmaison (3401 K St. NW)
- CycleLife USA (3255 K St. NW)
- Fleurir Hand Grown Chocolates (3235 P St. NW)
- Robert Bell Architects (3218 O St. NW)