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In 2022, we planned and executed two major projects for your Louisville public parks: Parks For All, an action-oriented initiative that will ensure equitable investment in our parks, and the planning and design of a new park in the California neighborhood, the first addition to our park system in a decade.



Early next year, the Parks For All Action Plan will be released and fundamentally change the way we manage and fund our public park system by utilizing data to equitably prioritize investment in our highest-need communities with the highest-needs parks. Also in 2023, we will break ground on the new park to be named Alberta Jones Park. This name was chosen by the residents of the California neighborhood.
To drive these initiatives and to fund community-driven projects like Alberta Jones Park, the Parks Alliance of Louisville needs your financial support. Your investment in our public parks will help elevate the wellbeing of our community, and get us one step closer to Great Parks For All!
Be a part the amazing work we'll do in 2023 with a generous tax-deductible gift today:

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"As an active citizen in my community, I participated in MSD's neighborhood meetings where residents prioritized the ways we want to see this area activated as a public amenity. I'm excited about this plan for Maple Street which highlights the aspirations we have for our neighborhood, including more public greenspace and less vacant properties for public recreation, relaxation, and enjoyment."

– DREEMA JACKSON, California resident and Parks Alliance Board Member
"The Maple Street Greenspace Project is important to me because it will create a productive community space and beautify what is now essentially a large vacant lot."

– JUAN DAVIS, California resident and Parks Alliance Board Member
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