What is Friends of Roseville Parks?  We are a 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose members raise funds for the benefit of all Roseville (Minnesota) Parks and recreation facilities. We aim to promote the development and maintenance of Roseville parks to provide recreational facilities and activities for families, children and adults.

Since its founding in 1969, Friends of Roseville Parks has raised more than $500,000 to beautify the parks of our community and make the spaces more useful, not only Roseville residents but all who come to enjoy the bounteous green spaces in our community. See below for a list highlighting some of our donations over the years.

How can you join Friends of Roseville Parks? Go to the Join Us! page, or click the link below for a downloadable copy of the membership brochure.

Membership brochure

May we kindly suggest when you shop online you go to Amazon Smile and choose to support FOR Parks? Go to smile.amazon.com and ensure Friends of Roseville Park (couldn’t fit in the “s” at the end!) is the designated charity.

Every little bit helps support our projects for the wonderful parks in Roseville!

Already a member? Click here to go to the Member’s page.

Care to make a donation to FOR Parks? Please go to the Donation Form page.

What have we accomplished?
Below is a list of just a few of the many projects the Friends of Roseville Parks has funded in part or in full:

  • Contribution to the Cedarholm Community Building patio enhancements (2018)
  • Indoor tree feature plus display cabinets at the Harriet Alexander Nature Center (2014, 2016)
  • Fireplaces in six new Park Buildings (2014)
  • Dale Street playground equipment (2009)
  • Arboretum benches (2005, 2007)
  • Muriel Sahlin Arboretum fountain (2001 & 2003)
  • FOR Parks shelter kitchen upgrades (1995, 1997)
  • Lake Bennett lit fountain aeration system (1997, 2012)
  • Harriet Alexander Nature Center furnishings (1989)
  • Lights around Lake Bennett (1985)
  • Soccer field equipment (1979)
  • Joe Mogg Memorial Boardwalk (1979)
  • “Blooming Boulevard” – flowers along Lexington Ave. in front of Central Park (numerous years)
  • and many more projects over the years