Community Engagement

Located less than two miles from Main Street in the City of Bozeman’s park-poor, northeast neighborhood, the Story Mill Community Park will serve as Bozeman’s flagship community park. The 60-acre site will be the city’s largest natural park and, thro
In the heart of one of Denver’s most economically distressed communities, a vacant lot will be transformed into a short grass prairie ecosystem with outdoor classroom, walking paths, nature play areas, and green infrastructure. A new education center
Boeddeker Park is the largest open space in the Tenderloin. Before the renovation this 1-acre park was undesirable and unsafe for the 50,000 people that live nearby, but the new community-driven design transformed the space into a safe and inviting
In 2002—almost thirty years after the park was conceived—The Trust for Public Land, the city of Newark, Newark Public Schools, and the Central Ward community launched an effort to bring that vision to reality by finally developing Nat Turner Park. We
The Paul Habans Green Schoolyard provides a much needed place for schoolkids and the community to enjoy recreation and greenspace. Innovative play equipment is paired with highly engineered rain gardens that alleviate the repetitive standing water a
The Avalon Green Alley Network, located in dense residential neighborhood in South Los Angeles, consists of six interconnected alleys, streets, and sidewalks. Two complete alley retrofits, featuring replicable low impact development (LID) green infra
The LAMS Sports Complex/Community Playground (designed by the students, staff and community members) now provides a safe place for students and members of the community to go to enjoy sports activities such as basketball, handball, track, soccer, foo
The Trust for Public Land has led the renovation of a small park in South Wenatchee called Kiwanis-Methow Park. More than 4,200 people live within a 10-minute walk of the park, which serves predominately low-income and Latino residents. The community