Streets and Sidewalks Reclaiming streets and sidewalks as places for play brings kids front and center in our communities and serves as a reminder that cities are for kids, too.
Parks, Trails and Public Spaces Bringing new opportunities to parks and other public spaces means seeing opportunities to reclaim underutilized and blighted spaces for playful uses.
Transit Bus shelters, bus stops, subway platform walls and the waiting areas of transit centers can be transformed into dynamic and rewarding play spaces for families.
Multi-Family Housing Residential communities, including multi-family complexes that many kids call home, offer untapped spaces that create opportunities for convenient play.
Commercial Spaces The many places where commercial activities occur and kids are forced to wait include underutilized spaces that can be repurposed for play.
Civic Spaces Providing visible play areas is an easy and available opportunity for kids and families to feel some ownership and sense of belonging in civic institutions.
Moveable and Pop-Up Play Moveable and pop-up play installations offer the flexibility to respond to unique opportunities and give all kids access to meaningful and active play.