Stay in the know!
Here one can find updates about the Park and the Conservancy. These alerts can range from safety messages, job openings, volunteer opportunities and more!
October 1 , 2021 : Playground Closures
Friday October 1, 2021 the Park’s playgrounds will be closed during the day.
Hank Rappé Playground will be closed from 7am – 4pm
Hecht Pavilion Playground will be closed from 12pm – 4pm.
Please plan your visit to the Park accordingly.
July 27, 2021 : Safety alert!
Earlier this year as a start to the Master Plan, the old baseball fields by Hecht Pavilion were removed. As of yesterday, more work in that area has begun with the removal of the field lights. The Conservancy asks for all trail walkers and Park visitors to be a little more aware of their surroundings than usual as that area is a now an active construction site.
Also, as a friendly reminder, please do not tempt others by leaving valuables alone and out in the open when visiting the Park. This includes, but is not limited to, leaving valuables in your locked cars.
June 24, 2021: Calling All Volunteers!
Come help Lakeshore keep the Park as beautiful as we all know it to be. Weeding Wednesdays are becoming more and more popular.
Not into being in the flower beds? No worries! We are looking for volunteers for some of the big events coming to the Park this summer. Sign up or send us an email for more information!
June 1, 2021 : Grounds Crew Needed!
Lakeshore Park Conservancy is looking to add to our Grounds Crew. Compensation is based on experience and the position consists of a 40hr work week with some weekend work. Job Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Assist with care, cultivation, and stewardship of the grounds and facilities at Lakeshore Park.
- Basic landscaping and lawn care knowledge preferred
Send resumes to email@example.com
May 28, 2021: Attention Trail Walkers
Due to an accident taking out a transformer at the Lyons Views/Northshore intersection, the trail lights between Northshore entrance and the Lyons View entrance will be out for at least a week. Please be cautious when walking in that area in the dark.