A New Washington Park Season Begins

A New Washington Park Season Begins

Spring is here — along with a new schedule of activities in Washington Park!  As everyone is recovering from the Covid-19 pandemic, we are all looking forward to getting back to normal and enjoying the Park, perhaps with a new appreciation of what we missed over...
Thank You Conservancy Supporters!

Thank You Conservancy Supporters!

In 2020, the Washington Park Conservancy marked its 35th anniversary.  As the year began, we were planning a year full of programs and events, as well as engagement activities to expand our circle of Conservancy members and Park supporters.  And then, as the saying...
Meet our Playground Consultants

Meet our Playground Consultants

The Washington Park Conservancy is excited to be working with a creative and experienced team of playground consultants from Trowbridge, Wolf, Michaels Landscape Architects (TWMLA) working with Rusty Keeler of Earthplay. ABOUT TWMLA Based in Ithaca, NY, TWMLA was...
Meet our Playground Consultants

Playground Update

Happy New Year!  We’re happy to report our progress on planning a new playground. Over the past year, the Washington Park Conservancy has convened a committee including fifteen individuals representing local neighborhood associations and community based organizations...
WPC Statement on Lights in the Park

WPC Statement on Lights in the Park

Dear Friends, The past week has brought much attention to Holiday Lights in the Park. A central aspect of the discussions in the press, on social media, chat boards, and among many citizens is the numerous burdens the event places on the neighbors, businesses, and...
Raising the Pride Flags in Washington Park

Raising the Pride Flags in Washington Park

For the first time in Albany’s history, the LGBT and Transgender Pride Flags have been raised in Washington Park to mark Pride Month for the month of June.  The raising of the flags has been being sponsored by the City of Albany and the Washington Park Conservancy,...

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