Central Park Conservancy
The Central Park Conservancy is a private, nonprofit park conservancy that manages Central Park under a contract with the City of New York and NYC Parks. The conservancy employs 80% of maintenance and operations staff in the park.
Design and construction in connection with the restoration of central park as america's foremost urban public space. The conservancy has carried out a restoration management plan for the park, and managed the capital restoration of a number of significant landscapes and facilities.
As the Official Manager of Central Park, the Conservancy Is Responsible for the Day-to-day Maintenance Operation of the Park. Activities Include$22m
Landscape maintenance, playground maintenance, tree care, turf care, and preservation of historic monuments. The conservancy has set new standards in excellence in park care. It has transformed central park into a model for urban parks worldwide.
The Conservancy's Public Programs Take Advantage of the Invaluable Resources in Central Park Providing Education, Recreation, and Volunteer Programs That Serve the Community. in Addition, the Conservancy Provides Services at the Five Following Visitor Centers in the Park$5.8m
Charles a. Dana discovery center, north meadow recreation center, belvedere castle, the dairy visitor center and gift shop, and chess and checkers house.