The Parks and Open Space Partners - New York City (POSP-NYC) is a group of parks and open space organizations that began meeting regularly during the coronavirus pandemic to cross-coordinate and support each other's parks advocacy and programming efforts. 


Statement Against Acts of Hate, Violence, and Injustice

Statement Against Acts of Hate, Violence, and Injustice from Parks and Open Space Partners - NYC

Like many of you, we are angered and saddened by abhorrent acts of hate, violence, and injustice that we see in the world, across our country, and in the city we all love. As stewards of public spaces, we embrace the city’s great diversity, and we strongly condemn these acts. We commit to working to ensure that all feel welcome and safe in New York City's parks and open spaces

Issued collectively May 2021 from the Parks and Open Space Partners - NYC


  • Alliance for Flushing Meadows Corona Park
  • Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum
  • Broadway Mall Association 
  • Bronx River Alliance
  • Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy
  • Brooklyn Greenway Initiative
  • Central Park Conservancy
  • City Parks Foundation
  • Fort Greene Park Conservancy 
  • Freshkills Park Alliance
  • Friends of Dag Hammarskjold Plaza
  • Friends of Governors Island
  • Friends of Morningside Park
  • Friends of the East River Esplanade
  • Friends of the High Line
  • Gowanus Canal Conservancy
  • Green Guerillas
  • Hudson River Park Friends
  • Hunters Point Parks Conservancy
  • Jamaica Bay-Rockaway Parks Conservancy
  • Lewis Latimer House Museum
  • Little Island
  • Madison Square Park Conservancy
  • Marine Park Alliance
  • Natural Areas Conservancy
  • New York Restoration Project
  • New Yorkers for Parks
  • Newtown Creek Alliance
  • North Brooklyn Parks Alliance
  • Prospect Park Alliance
  • Queens County Farm Museum
  • Randall's Island Park Alliance
  • Riverside Park Conservancy
  • The Trust for Public Land
  • Van Cortlandt Park Alliance 
  • Washington Square Park Conservancy
  • Wyckoff House Museum