The Trust for Public Land worked with community members to develop renovation plans for the existing facilities at this busy Philadelphia recreation center.

The yard at Philadelphia's William Dick Elementary used to flood with every rain. So we transformed the barren asphalt into a storm-proof playground that stays open to the neighborhood after school.

The Trust for Public Land is working with local nonprofits and government agencies to create parks that will transform urban Miami into a green, livable, and healthy city.

Map of completed projects in New Jersey, updated 2012.

How student designers and their playgrounds are tackling New York City’s water woes.

To address the need for green space in Philadelphia's underserved neighborhoods, we've launched the Parks for People-Philadelphia.

The Trust for Public Land worked in partnership with the New Orleans Recreation Department Commission and the Bywater Neighborhood Association to renovate this neighborhood park.

We're working to build a new park on Madison Avenue in East Hollywood. If funding is secured, part of this half-acre lot will be transformed into recreation play spaces and the remainder will become a community garden.

In 2011, the City of Lawndale purchased a 1.5 acre vacant lot to develop Rudolph Park as a much-needed recreation space for its many residents.

Colden Avenue Pocket Park could provide much-needed open space for this densely populated neighborhood of South Los Angeles.