This summer, the Midtown Association will officially launch Midtown Parks, a new non-profit
501(c)(3) arm of the organization, that dovetails with the mission of the Midtown Association to create a center for culture, creativity and vibrancy in Sacramento’s urban core. Elevated efforts will showcase, activate and energize five centrally-located parks in Midtown which include the following: Fremont Park (1515 Q Street), Truitt Bark Park (1818 Q Street), Marshall Park (915 27th Street), Winn Park (1616 28th Street) and Sutter’s Fort State Historic Park (2701 L Street).
Midtown Parks supports the well-being of the community by creating centrally-located public spaces designed to provide opportunities for recreation, leisure, and to build relationships with neighbors. Parks and open spaces encourage active lifestyles and promote social interaction, which are essential components of enhancing physical and mental health. Based on hundreds of proven public-private partnership models throughout the country, Midtown Parks provides a path towards achieving these goals.
Learn more at MidtownParks.org