Partnerships for Parks

Partnerships for Parks is an innovative joint program of City Parks Foundation & NYC Parks.

Founded in 1995, we help New Yorkers work together to make neighborhood parks thrive.

Register for the July Partnerships Academy Workshop

Publication Launch Event: How Can I Improve My Park?

Thursday, July 24, 2014, 6:30pm-8:30pm
At The Arsenal in Central Park

Attend this launch event to be among the first to receive a new illustrated step-by-step guide to getting involved in your park. The event features a panel discussion with Councilmember Mark Levine, First Deputy Commissioner Liam Kavanagh, Fay D. Hill of the Friends of Springfield Park, and Brad Taylor of the Friends of Morningside Park on the topic, “How can citizens partner with government to improve our parks?”

Register online today! This event will fill up!

Publication now available for download here.

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  • Read the latest Partnerships for Parks news on our blog.
On November 16, 2013 Partnerships for Parks will host its second annual citywide conference held by and for community groups and park supporters.
This free fellowship program supports community-based parks groups and individual volunteers in achieving sustainable success through in-depth project and/or group development.
This joint project of Hester Sreet Collaborative and Partnerships for Parks helps New Yorkers participate in the design of their parks.
We make grants to community groups working in NYC parks to strengthen their outreach, membership, and program-planning capacity.
This multi-year initiative works in historically under-served neighborhoods, and galvanizes support for and commitments for improved parks.
Each spring and fall, join thousands of New Yorkers to volunteer and celebrate their neighborhood parks and public spaces.
This new project will bring hundreds of new trees to Astoria, Long Island City, Sunnyside and Woodside over the next three years.