Bringing Nature into Neighborhoods

Great cities have great parks. As cities grow, residents of the 21st Century deserve great public parks in or near their neighborhoods, providing accessible recreation, contemplation, and an enhanced quality of life. Rooted in Louisville’s century-old legacy of parklands designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, our approach reflects a passion for Louisville’s parks that includes a respect for both people and nature, an insistence on publicly-accessible lands, and a belief in accountable management.

21st Century Parks

More than 2,500 Trees and Shrubs Planted in Turkey Run and Beckley Creek Parks

While strolling along the Louisville Loop or Seaton Valley Trail in Turkey Run Park, you’ve probably noticed a number of new trees in Seaton Valley. Throughout November and early December, our horticulture and natural areas teams are working with Eco-Tech Consultants to plant 2,800 trees and shrubs … Continue reading

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Turkey Run Park Opening Weekend

21st Century Parks, Inc. celebrated the opening ofTurkey Run Parkon Friday, October 16, 2015. Turkey Run Park is the third park to open in the expansive 19-mile long Parklands of Floyds Fork. At nearly 800 acres, Turkey Run is one … Continue reading

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21st Century Parks Hires Horticulture Director

Media Contact: Anna Rosales-Crone Communications Coordinator acrone@21cparks.org 502-365-9988 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Louisville, Ky. (September 11, 2015)—21st Century Parks Inc., the nonprofit organization responsible for the construction and management of Louisville’s newest public park system The Parklands of Floyds Fork, is … Continue reading

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