Who We Are

Flushing Meadows-Corona Park Conservancy in Flushing, New York is a private, non-profit organization founded in 2002 to work with the community, other partners, and local elected officials to make our namesake park more enjoyable. Our park offers a diversity of activities including baseball, cricket, soccer, swimming, model airplane flying, USTA tennis, fishing, boating, and cycling. The park is also home to several important cultural institutions including a science museum, an art museum, a zoo, and a recreation center, as well as youth educational programs. People love visiting the park, which is why we want to make sure it is accessible and filled with wonderful amenities for visitors for years to come. To that end, we have successfully worked with all stakeholders and neighbors for many years and look forward to continuing our important work with your help!

Jean C. Silva

Jean C. Silva, Frederick Kress, Kim O'Hanian, Richard Hellenbrecht, Charles Henry, Harbachan Singh

Marilyn Bitterman, Susan Cleary, Fadia Mohama, Jeremy Jacobowitz, Edward Fischer, David Schneier, Pablo Jimenez, Paintcrew, John Albert, Anisia Ayon