Louisville Olmsted Parks Conservancy was formed in 1989 as a non-profit partner of Louisville and Metro Parks with a mission to restore, enhance and preserve the unique value of Louisville’s Olmsted Parks and Parkways for all citizens, and to extend this legacy throughout Greater Louisville for generations to come. Formed to protect and restore this public resource after decades of neglect, the Conservancy has raised over $18 million to provide planning and funding for park improvements. Supplementing public dollars with private donations from corporations, individuals and foundations the Olmsted Parks Conservancy leads the movement to enhance and restore over 2,000 parkland acres and 15 miles of parkways that comprise the historic system.
Address: P.O. Box 37280
Louisville, KY 40233