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Victory Park

1051 S 23rd St, Louisville, KY 40210
6 am - 11 pm
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2023-2033 Strategic Plan

When you make a donation to Olmsted Parks Conservancy, what does your gift support? Most …

Advocacy in Action

Sarah Wolff, Program Director of Community Engagement, has been busy setting meetings with newly elected …

Victory Park--Phase One Complete

Olmsted Parks Conservancy and Louisville Parks and Recreation are pleased to have completed phase one …

Victory Park Revitalization Project

Olmsted Parks Conservancy, Councilman David James and many park neighbors are celebrating the much-anticipated $1 …

History of Victory Park

This neighborhood park was designed by the Olmsted Firm in 1923. It was originally called Greenwood Park, but its name was changed to Victory Park in commemoration of World War I. The park is a source of pride for the historically Black California neighborhood and hosts an annual Victory Park Day celebration. 

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Friends of Olmsted Parks

Through collaboration and communicating about program and project needs, Friends of Olmsted Parks will help us improve and activate our parks, creating a positive community impact.

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