Pawnee Commons is the name selected for the park that is established at Lot 48. Leslie Knope, having tried for four years to build a park at the empty lot, calls upon those in Pawnee to submit designs for the park. She declares it will be a community space for the Pawnee people by the Pawnee people. Wreston St. James of Eagleton hears her plea over the radio and is chosen by Leslie as the park architect.
Features[edit | edit source]
- Wamapoke-themed playground
- Food trucks serving cuisine from local restaurants
- Li'l Sebastian tribute fountain
- April Ludgate's Dog Park