The Montgomery Parks Foundation is excited to announce that we moved to a new building in downtown Wheaton with the M-NCPPC’S Montgomery Park and Planning!
The newly constructed M-NCPPC Headquarters will house four county agencies, is located near the Wheaton Metro Station and is rated LEED Platinum by the U.S. Green Building Council. To learn more about the story behind the project visit: Wheaton HQ.
Please update your records with our new contact information:
Montgomery Parks Foundation
2425 Reedie Drive
Wheaton, MD 20902
Our other contact information will remain the same:
As a valued supporter we thank you for taking the time to update your records. Please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
As we continue to make adjustments to our lives during these uncertain times, the Foundation remains committed to meeting the needs of our loyal donors. Although staff are working remotely, we are answering your phone calls, responding to your emails, and advocating on behalf of the Parks.
Just know, we are with you and look forward to being back up and running soon. To stay on top of updates from the Parks Department, please feel free to check out any new information HERE .
Have a question about our parks and trails?
Our customer service team has expanded hours now: Monday to Friday, 8 am to 7 pm, and Saturday, 8 am to 12 pm.
You can reach them at: 301.495.2595 or Info@MontgomeryParks.org.
For more: https://ow.ly/Lf2x50ySj0o .
Be smart. Do your part.
Help stop the spread of COVID-19.
Outdoor spaces in our parks and trails are open, but please use extreme caution if you visit:
*Stay six feet away from others.
*Do not participate in any sports.
*Do not participate in any sports. It is illegal for groups of ten or more to gather.
*Avoid touching any surfaces, including playground equipment.
Projects that strengthen the community, provide educational resources, and create greater stewardship within the parks.
Josiah Henson Park is on the verge of becoming a world-class museum and cultural landmark! There will be a new museum on the site, along with a rehabilitated historic house with professional exhibits about Josiah Henson’s life and the history of slavery in Montgomery County and Maryland. With construction currently underway, we are fast-approaching the grand re-opening in late fall. Please be a part of making this historic site an international cultural destination. LEARN MORE
A SEED classroom is a sustainable, net-zero energy, net-zero water, non-toxic, modular learning space built to the Living Building Challenge standards. Naturalist staff will be able to incorporate STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) curriculum into programming based on the functions of the classroom. The structure is much more than a mere building, it is a teaching tool with the power to educate and inspire both children and adults! LEARN MORE
To honor Marye Wells-Harley’s legacy to parks and recreation in our area, The Marye Wells-Harley Dream Camp Scholarship Fund was created to provide scholarships for children and teens from underserved communities the chance to attend the Montgomery Parks’ summer camp of their choice. This fund provides Montgomery County families, facing financial challenges, the opportunity to give their children the memorable experience of summer camp. LEARN MORE
Brookside Gardens is Montgomery Parks’ award-winning, 50-acre premier horticultural display garden located in Wheaton, MD. Having recently celebrated its 50th anniversary, help us celebrate another 50 years of creative garden displays that inspire and inform the community. Brookside Gardens offers formal and landscaped gardens, conservatories filled with changing seasonal displays, and educational programs for all ages. LEARN MORE
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