Our Mission

The mission of the Conservancy is the continued conservation, preservation, further development and maintenance of Lee Park and Arlington Hall. The Conservancy is dedicated to the belief that Lee Park is truly a jewel in the crown of the Dallas parks system, and invites everyone to enjoy and cherish this "Timeless Treasure."  The Conservancy has raised and invested more than $2.5 million in private funds to restore and expand historic Arlington Hall, and almost $3 million in gifts for new gardens and features in Lee Park.  We spend over $200,000 annually for general maintenance, repairs, reforestation, color changes, garden damage, plant replacement, utilities, and more. Join with us in our efforts to create a restored sense of community at Lee Park and Arlington Hall by becoming a member of the Conservancy.

 

Lee Park & Katy Trail Ramp Project

The Lee Park & Arlington Hall Conservancy is excited to connect Lee Park with the Katy Trail! A ramp will connect Lee Park to the mid-point of the Katy Trail at Snyder’s Union, a popular plaza on the trail. Construction of the ramp should be completed in late September, 2014.

 

Funding for the $1,743,333 million dollar ramp project has been provided by a $1.2 million dollar gift by the Dallas-based Snyder Foundation and an additional $523,000 from the City of Dallas from funds approved by voters in the 2006 bond election.
 

 

Events at Arlington Hall

 

Visit The Arlington Hall  at Lee Park Website For Rental and Event Information  

For Photo Galleries From Our Events Click Here

 

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Thanks to Our Generous Corporate Partners

   
   

Thanks to PlainsCapital Bank for Support of Website Development

To see more partners, visit our Corporate Partners page.