FLINT PARK NEEDS YOU

Building a safe & sustainable Flint Park

Our three-phase restoration plan helps protect our park by introducing a new model of sustainability, maintenance, & recreation to be enjoyed by every age.

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FLINT PARK NEEDS YOU

Building a safe & sustainable Flint Park

Our three-phase restoration plan helps protect our park by introducing a new model of sustainability, maintenance, & recreation to be enjoyed by every age.
Donate
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Programming & Activities
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Long-Term Park Maintenance
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Fiscally Sustainable
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Environmentally Evergreen
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CURRENT STATE

Larchmont's marquee park needs your support.

Frustrated over wasted resources?
Flint Park is struggling with neglect. Despite cycles of past fundraising campaigns, our park has not been maintained with most amenities facing end-of-life conditions. If you’re not avoiding the park’s unsightly deterioration, then you’re probably feeling let down by the disarray, concerned for safety of amenities such as the basketball and paddle courts, playground and turf field.

Flint Park Conservancy has worked with community stakeholders and the Village of Larchmont to implement a three-phase restoration plan that ensures that the revenue captured from park permit fees are preserved for park maintenance and the vibrant Future of Flint.
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core values

Bringing New Life & Vitality to Flint Park

SUSTAINABILITY
Operating fiscally and environmentally evergreen.
PRESERVATION
Committing to environmental protection & preservation of historic buildings.
RECREATION
Expanding access to passive and active recreation opportunities in the park.
we believe you deserve

An inviting, clean, and sustainable Flint Park

Flint Park is Larchmont’s shared backyard — hosting our children’s sports events, community gatherings and offers a local connection to nature and the Long Island Sound. We understand the frustration of funding issues that go unsolved. So, we created a three-phase restoration plan that helps protect our park by introducing a new model of sustainability, maintenance, and recreation to be enjoyed by every age. That way, you can enjoy a safe and well-maintained Flint Park with peace of mind.
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NEW MODEL FOR FLINT PARK

Making sustainability simply effective.

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Phase One
Focus on high-interest amenities
and end-of-life assets.
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Phase Two
Rehabilitation of Flint's 100-year old historic buildings.
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Phase Three
Enhance sustainability, accessibility, & four-season park opportunities.
PHASE ONE
2022-2023
Planning & Submission
PHASE THREE
2025-2026
Restoration
FLINT PARK CONSERVANCY
OUR PARTNER

Flint Paddle League

Partnered in the proposal for expansion from two to three paddle courts. Assisting with fundraising efforts in Phase One for new paddle courts and a warming hut.
OUR PARTNER

Sanok Design Group

James Sanok has led the design and execution of the Flint Master Plan, leading a team of partners with extensive experience in native landscaping, hardscaping and installation of state-of-the-art recreational amenities.
OUR PARTNER

Kompan

Kompan has over 50 years of experience as a commercial playground manufacturer, with a focus on natural elements and inclusive play opportunities.
OUR PARTNER

Sport-Tech

Sport Tech Construction is the premier construction and maintenance firm in New York, New York City, Connecticut, and New Jersey for athletic fields, running tracks, tennis courts, and playgrounds.
OUR PARTNER

FOLP

Friends of Larchmont's Parks has been a key partner in master plan design and launch of fundraising efforts.
OUR PARTNER

DPW

The Village of Larchmont and the Department of Public Works has been instrumental in the Flint Park needs assessment and long term maintenance plans of the park. 
OUR PARTNER

Flint Camp

Flint Camp is enthusiastic about the plan for a rehabilitated Flint Park as they utilize Flint's fields and buildings for the Village's this long-standing and well-loved summer camp.
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How It Works

Step-by-step to transform Flint Park.
Choose Your Impact
Choose one of the Phase One amenities that you'd like to contribute directly to or make an unrestricted gift.
We Transform Flint Park
Our 3 phase plan was officially greenlighted for fundraising by the Village of Larchmont in late 2021. We aim to fundraise and restore all Flint amenities over the next 5 years.
Make a Tax-Deductible Donation
Flint Park Conservancy is a registered 501(c)(3) organization and 100% of your donation goes directly to the rehabilitation of Flint Park.
You Enjoy Flint Park
Installation of Phase One amenities will commence in 2022, with the goal of completing all restoration by 2026.
DONOR OPPORTUNITIES

Make a tax-deductible donation towards the Future of Flint

Leave Your Mark on Flint Park

Our goal is to break ground on Phase One in 2022. Help us make that happen.
Choose Amenity
Target Your Giving
Make An Unrestricted Gift
Give To The Whole Plan
Tax-Deductible

Transform Flint Park for the next 100 years.

Speak with us to make a transformational gift toward Flint Park and learn about our landmark contribution gifts.
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COMPREHENSIVE RESTORATION

With your critical support, we are commencing a $5M, 5-year restoration plan for Flint Park.

80% of funds need to come from private donors.
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Our Promise

Flint Park Conservancy aims to create an authentic greenspace that offers passive and active recreation, which has enhanced the health and wellness of the Larchmont community for the past 100 years. The Flint 100 campaign aims to promote community engagement and revitalize the largest greenspace in our area, with precious proximity to the Sound and its marine ecosystem.

Maintenance
Passive & Active Recreation
All-Ages Programming
Sustainability
Preservation of Historic Buildings
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Leadership team

Flint Park Working Group

Laura Brancato

Carolyn Dorfman

Melissa Manice

Alison Roffi Pagett

Laura Rosenthal

Board of directors

Lee Alexander, Laura Brancato, Carolyn Dorfman, Cara Grossman, Melissa Manice & Alison Roffi

Act now to ensure a safe
& sustainable Flint Park

We will lose the key amenities of Flint Park that have been deemed unsafe and end-of-life.

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Flint History

Honoring the 100th anniversary of Flint Park

Flint Park was deeded to the Village of Larchmont by the Flint family in 1919 and has served as the largest park in the community for the past 100 years.

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The original Flint Park deed dated September 1915.

Flint Today

Flint needs our love and attention.

The Flint Park Conservancy was founded in 2004 when the current playground, Alma Field and nature walk were installed. Unfortunately, while the Village receives revenue from the Park via park permit fees for various recreational uses, these revenues have not been sufficiently allocated towards maintenance of these precious assets.

Future of Flint

A new model for sustainability.

The Village of Larchmont has a rich history of successful private-public partnerships and the Conservancy is proud to partner with the Village of Larchmont to implement a shared governance model for Flint. The restored Flint buildings and grounds represent an opportunity for the park to reinvest in annual maintenance needs and unforeseen capital expenditures so as to protect Flint for the next 100 years.

Restoring Flint Park
Reimagining Flint as an evergreen community center that is self-sustaining.

Download Future Of Flint Master Plan

The current state of Flint Park, inclusive of the buildings, fields, and courts - has been severely impacted by a lack of maintenance. So, we crafted a plan for the future of the park.

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