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The Parks Foundation of Miami-Dade understands the important role park systems play in a community, and is committed to ensuring Miami-Dade’s park facilities, programming and connections provide a world-class experience for residents and visitors. Behind every great community is a great park system. We invite you to support our cause and ensure that our park system thrives for this and future generations.

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Vote for your favorite park

Your vote will help decide which one of three park projects will receive a $20,000 grant from NRPA's Meet Me at the Park campaign. Vote daily for your favorite park project all month long by texting gwencherry, westlittle, or adbarnes to 35350, or vote online.

Youth Service Earth Fest

In celebration of Earth Month, children, teens, and young adults are invited to make a positive impact in their community and environment through conservation-focused volunteer projects at Fruit and Spice Park, April 22, at 9 a.m. Participants will be awarded community service hours.

Starship featuring Mickey Thomas and War to rock the Love-In

Legendary rock returns to Greynolds Park for the 14th annual Love-In Party In The Park with American music legends Starship featuring Mickey Thomas and War. Attend a full day of concerts and other activities at the outdoor festival celebrating the era of the '60s, '70s and '80s April 30, 11 a.m.

New benefits and prices for annual membership

Become a Parks Passport holder and gain access to explore the world of Miami-Dade Parks, with special discounts on Parks' programs, attractions and services, while helping to conserve parks and natural areas, and support recreational programs for future generations to enjoy.

Styrofoam and plastic items banned from parks

Polystyrene, used to create Styrofoam and certain plastics, is a petroleum-based plastic that is considered our nation's fifth largest creator of hazardous waste. Starting July 1, 2017, the approved resolution prohibits the sale or use of all polystyrene food-service articles, such as coolers, plates, bowls, cups, lids, to-go containers, cutlery, tableware, boxes, bags, wrappings, and others.

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Great Park Summit Sponsors

Thank you to all who believe in the power of parks and shared their stories about how parks have influenced and impacted their lives at the 2016 Great Park Summit.

A special thanks to the Great Park Summit Sponsors.




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