News & Announcements

Samoan Cricket Finds Permanent Home in Dave Rose Park

May 19, 2017, Anchorage, AK – On Saturday, May 20 the Samoan cricket (Kilikiti) community will celebrate their new official field which constructed in Dave Rose Park this week. There will be a ribbon cutting with Mayor Berkowitz at 8am

Volunteers Take First Steps to Build Park Identity

May 19, 2017, Anchorage, AK – Fairview Park is soon to be well known. A neighborhood secret, often mistaken for Fairview Lions Park or Fairbanks Park, Fairview Park can expect major improvements over the next few years as outlined in its

Downtown Park to Become Place of Healing, Again

   May 15, 2017, Anchorage, AK – Major improvements planned for the Victims for Justice Memorial at Hostetler Park are just about to begin. The Anchorage Rotary Club will host a ceremonial groundbreaking on Tuesday, May 16 at noon. After

Challenge Grants Fund Community-Driven Park and Trail Improvements

May 11, 2017, Anchorage, AK – An outdoor classroom on the edge of Sand Lake, an official Samoan Cricket field in Dave Rose Park, and a food forest in Muldoon—just a few of the sixteen community-driven municipal park and trail

Vote YES on Prop 3

Don’t forget to vote on April 4th in favor of the Parks Bond.

EATA Covered Arena Ribbon Cutting March 26th

Celebrate the new covered riding arena in Ruth Arcand Park! Join us for a ribbon cutting on Saturday, March 25th at 4:30pm followed by dinner, dancing, and auction to benefit Equine Assisted Therapy Alaska.

Applications Now Open for 2017 Challenge Grants!

Fix the trail that runs through your neighborhood park, install Mutt Mitt stations, build an outdoor classroom—now’s the time to make your dreams for Anchorage’s parks and trails a reality! We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications

Save the Date! for a Muldoon Town Square Park Fundraiser

Respond to the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1425551217466512/

Happy Holidays from the Anchorage Park Foundation!

We have so much to celebrate this season thanks to your support, including: Four joyful playgrounds, including the new double zipline at Kiwanis Fish Creek Park and epic spinner at Duldida Park Anchorage’s first in ground skatepark at North Russian Jack

5 Reasons to Smile This Holiday Season

Inclusive playgrounds, where we can all play together regardless of ability. Four more inclusive playgrounds were installed this summer at Kiwanis Fish Creek Park, Barbara Street Park, Duldida Park, and Kincaid Park bringing the grand total to TEN inclusive playgrounds