Park Design and Development

Recess just got a lot more fun for the students at PS 161, The Arthur R. Ashe, Jr. Elementary School in South Richmond Hill.

Today the City of New York and The Trust for Public Land celebrated the completion of a new green infrastructure playground in Queens with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at PS 161, The Arthur R. Ashe, Jr. Elementary School.

If you build it, they will come. Only in the case of a beleaguered Richmond Park, they came and built it themselves — all in one day.

A new park is currently under construction on the north side of Bozeman. Cleanup efforts at the new Story Mill Community Park are wrapping up and now developers are trying to come up with a finalized design for the park. They are looking to the community... Read more

Philadelphia Mayor Michael A. Nutter announced the expansion of the city’s innovative Green2015 partnership along with several colleagues this week, celebrating the pending completion of William Cramp Elementary School’s new green schoolyard in... Read more

The Trust for Public Land, Newark Public Schools, and the Lafayette Street School community announced their partnership and plans to transform the Lafayette Street School playground with the launch of an ambitious community campaign.

Today, Mayor Michael A. Nutter, Deputy Mayor/Department of Parks and Recreation Commissioner Michael DiBerardinis, School District of Philadelphia Superintendent Dr. William R.

San Francisco's Civic Center borders the Tenderloin, Hayes Valley, and South of Market, all neighborhoods where parks and open space are limited.

Mayor Edwin M. Lee today announced a $10 million donation from the Helen Diller Family Foundation through The Trust for Public Land (TPL) for a major renovation of the Civic Center Plaza Playgrounds that is set to begin construction in summer 2016.

The Queens version of the High Line is one small step closer to becoming a reality.