News & Events

Need to Social Distance in Crispus Attucks Park

In these challenging times, we need to make sure we are doing all we can to keep ourselves and our neighbors safe.  Scientists tell us we could be infected with the coronavirus for up to two weeks before presenting symptoms–but in that period we could spread the virus to others.  Social distancing is vitally important to keep from transmitting the coronavirus, when it’s unknown whether we harbor the virus or not.  

In the recent beautiful spring days, Crispus Attucks Park has been packed with people.  We need to do a better job of preventing possible virus transmission. Let’s follow the advice of public health experts:  

  • First, if you can, stay home. 
  • Second, if you do go out, social distancing means staying a minimum of six feet from others.  In recent days, some visitors to Crispus Attucks Park have not respected this guideline.

Other states (and other countries) have completely banned group activities outdoors.  Please help us enforce these guidelines if you see anyone who may need a reminder. Two ways to keep the conversation positive and effective are:

  • “Hi, I want to let you know that this park is mandating 6-feet social distancing”
  • “Hi, can you please keep 6 feet between you so this park won’t be closed?”

If our community is unable to self regulate during this time, we will be forced to close the park. The CADC board will convene to make its decision later this week.

Bloomingdale Community Day is POSTPONED!

Crispus Attucks Development Corporation is postponing indefinitely the Bloomingdale Community Day in Crispus Attucks Park. The CDC has recently recommended cancelling all group activities of 50 people or more. Our Community Day, which regularly draws hundreds of people, will have to wait until the Coronavirus pandemic is contained. (The Bloomingdale Community Day was previously scheduled for May 16).

We will keep you informed on when we are able to reschedule! Stay safe!

Bloomingdale Community Day is May 16!

The Bloomingdale Community Day at Crispus Attucks Park featuring the Taste of Bloomingdale and The Community Yard Sale is now in its 17th year.  This is Bloomingdale’s biggest annual community event as well as the largest fundraiser for Crispus Attucks Park.

  • When: Saturday, May 16, 9 am – 3 pm
  • Where: Crispus Attucks Park


  • Taste of Bloomingdale: Food and drink from local restaurants!
  • The Community Yard Sale: Bloomingdale’s biggest yard sale with over 30 sellers last year!
  • Local Information: Area nonprofits and businesses all in one place and sharing their information!
  • Music & Activities: A band and kid-friendly activities!
  • And, back by popular demand, a Dog Show!

To Donate:

Click here if your business or nonprofit would like to be a sponsor of or donate to the Crispus Attucks Park Community Day.  Your business (or organization) will be featured as a generous sponsor on our event marketing collateral and communications plus receive recognition and thanks from a very grateful community.

To Volunteer:

Click here to volunteer or donate items to CADC to sell at the Community Day. It is a lot of fun and you feel great!

To Participate in Yard Sale:

Click here to reserve a plot to sell stuff at the yard sale! Great way to weed out and streamline your stuff.

To Enter Your Dog in the Dog Show:

Click here to enter your pooch! 

2019 Annual Fall Work Day

Saturday, 11/9 10 am – 1 pm: Annual Fall Work Day
We’ll be raking, planting bulbs, and cleaning up trash…we need you!

2019 Crispus Attucks Park Fall Fundraiser

You’re Invited!

2019 Crispus Attucks Park Fall FundraiserPlease join the Crispus Attucks Development Corporation (CADC) for afternoon noshes, drinks and mingling with friends and neighbors at the CADC Fall Fundraiser & Community Mixer. 

  • When: Sunday, November 3rd from 2:30pm- 5:00pm
  • Where: 34 V St, NW, overlooking the park

CADC is a 501 c3 non-profit organization committmed to maintaining and operating Crispus Attucks Park for all to enjoy. All maintenance and upkeep of Crispus Attucks Park is paid for by CADC and generous friends of the park like you. For this event, donations are not required and all are welcome