Student Avery Anthony describes the schoolyard at William Cramp Elementary School in North Philadelphia like this: “Our site is plain ground. All we do is talk and run. It gets boring and there are no games.”
The Trust for Public Land is working with various community groups to transform the aging recreation center at 37 th and Mt. Vernon streets in Philadelphia's Mantua neighborhood into a vibrant new park.
The Trust for Public Land will launch a community design process with neighbors and various community organizations to generate designs to revitalize Lanier Playground in the Grays Ferry section of South Philadelphia.
We are working with the community on the renovation of this vibrant recreation and community center in the St. Hughs neighborhood of North Philadelphia.
The Trust for Public Land is working with community members to develop renovation plans for the existing facilities at this busy Philadelphia recreation center.
The Trust for Public Land is redeveloping the asphalt-covered William Dick Elementary Schoolyard, creating a new recreation space for the school and community that will help manage stormwater runoff.
To address the need for green space in Philadelphia's underserved neighborhoods, we've launched the Parks for People-Philadelphia.