Member Parks Organizations
The Belle Isle Conservancy's mission is to protect, preserve, restore and enhance the natural environment, historic structures, and unique character of Belle Isle as a public park for the enjoyment of all – now and forever.
The mission of the Chandler Park Conservancy is to develop exceptional educational, recreational and conservation opportunities at Chandler Park for youth, and people of all ages.
Clark Park Coalition provides diverse, high-quality recreational, educational, social and mentoring programs for southwest Detroit families promoting skills development which helps our youth grow into responsible, self-confident adults.
The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy is responsible for the establishment, improvement, operation, maintenance, security, programming and expansion of the Detroit RiverWalk and associated green spaces. Through its public/private partnerships, the DRFC will support the development of the riverfront district and facilitate community access to the waterfront.
The mission of the Downtown Detroit Partnership is cultivating economic and social impact in Downtown Detroit by connecting public, private and philanthropic sectors, providing stewardship of public spaces, and developing programs that engage and benefit all.
Friends of Patton Park is a resident lead conservancy dedicated to supporting Patton Park & the Patton Park Recreation Center, in Southwest Detroit.
Advocating for the protection and enhancement of the natural features and habitats found in Rouge Park and to promoting existing activities and facilities and appropriate development of future recreational activities.
Midtown Detroit, Inc. supports and enhances community and economic development in the Midtown & New Center areas through collaboration and partnerships with key stakeholders and supportive funders.
People for Palmer Park furthers the preservation, revitalization, and viability of Palmer Park — a Detroit park for the good of all.
Sidewalk Detroit exists to advance public life and strong social infrastructure through the lens of arts, culture, collaborative design, and deep engagement with residents