Stuyvesant Park Neighborhood Association
SPNA serves one of New York’s most pleasant communities, both diverse and stable, from East 14th Street north to East 23rd Street and from Stuyvesant Town west toward Irving Place and Gramercy Park.
Autumn in New York
November 11th from 7pm to 8:30pm
SPNA is hosting this evening to bring you classic jazz from across the 20th century. Enjoy the sounds of Autumn with us at home. Everyone will have the opportunity to request songs for a small donation to SPNA. Also, we will have a special cocktail recipe for the evening for those that wish to toast with us.
Support the Park
Become Our Friend
We rely on private donations to hold events & keep our park clean, safe, beautiful and green so that it can continue to be our place to gather and make new friends.
Meet our volunteers
SPNA is only as strong as our supporters, including our volunteers. They make it possible for us to continue to maintain our park and keep it beautiful. We welcome three new volunteers: David Turk (left), Ruth Day (middle), and Eileen Hayden (right). We thank them for their hard work and for giving time to our park! Our bi-weekly Gardening Club meets every Tuesday and Thursday from 10am to 12pm. Please join us if you would like to volunteer and contribute to the maintenance and beauty of the park. No experience is necessary. Please also kindly note that second Saturday volunteer events remain suspended until further notice.
Save our English Elms
Stuyvesant Square Park is fortunate to have two heritage English elms that are well over 100 years old. Heritage trees are unique and have irreplaceable ecological, aesthetic, and historical value. The elms in our park are in need of critical professional help.
We need your help. Donate on our crowdfunding site. Partnership for Parks will match your generous donation, meaning your efforts will go twice as far!