Public accessibility of the park
We believe all populations including people of all abilities, youth and seniors should be able to get to the park with ease and navigate within the park without difficulty.
Diverse and inclusive CAB membership
We strive for a membership that is representative of the diverse Queens communities that surround the park, including representatives from a range of socioeconomic, ethnic, linguistic and cultural perspectives.
Community engagement to promote public stewardship
We believe that in order for the park to serve the community, park users and local residents must be engaged and community input must inform major decisions that impact the park, including spending priorities and fundraising goals.
Environmental stewardship to protect and preserve park land
We support efforts to preserve and protect park land through environmental stewardship and the prevention of development that strips the community of open, green space.
Preservation and celebration of history and park assets
We will work to advocate to preserve and celebrate the 1964 World Fair structures and other important community park assets.
Educational resources for children, youth and adults
We promote the community’s use of the park as an educational resource for children and youth, and life-long learning opportunities for adults.
Recreation and active lifestyle opportunities for the community
We support opportunities to promote recreation and health through active activities in the park.