Partners for Parks

Our foundation was founded in January 1980 to promote, acquire, develop, maintain, and establish public park and recreational facilities in the Billings, MT area.

 

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Our Projects

Centennial Park

Construction has begun on the first phase of the Centennial Park master plan! This is the first large community park in Billings sinc1982, when we developed Castlerock Park in the Heights. The completion of this project will provide two large multipurpose open space areas that can be used for sports, community gatherings, and other family activities.

Coulson Park

When the railroad came to Yellowstone valley, Coulson residents were sure the town would become the railroads hub and that Coulson would soon be the territory’s largest city. In the end, Coulson faded away with the last remains of the town disappearing in the 1930s. Today Coulson Park, a Billings city park, sits on the river bank where Coulson once was.

Other Projects

Partners for Parks has supported many projects since being founded over 40 years ago! From land donations, to fundraising for new parks, to assistance with the setup of other non-profits, our foundation  has made a significant impact on the Billings community.

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Our Partners

We serve community organizations, volunteers, and donors leading park and public space projects across the city. 

Our Donors

Everything we do is a result of support throughout the Billings community. We recognize our donors here, and we’d like to invite you to learn more about supporting Partners for Parks.

Partners for Parks is a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation accepting tax deductible donations to benefit Billings parks.