Fondy Farmers Market’s Centennial Celebration & Fondy Park Grand Opening, September 16, 2017
To transform a long vacant lot next to the Fondy Farmers Market into a new eco-park and gathering space, Fondy Food Center worked with the City of Milwaukee’s Environmental Collaboration Office, and several other partners. The Fondy Park has state of the art stormwater management, collecting 83,000 gallons of run-off during a major rainstorm – helping prevent flooding in the immediate neighborhood to keep Lake Michigan clean. The FFM utilizes the Park each week for music and activities. Shoppers, farmers and neighbors use the park’s community designed tables to sit and enjoy their lunch, play a game of chess, watch entertainment on the nstage or their children playing in the grassy commons, or simply to enjoy the new trees, prairie and flowering plants.
The Fondy Park is one of the many stops on the Lindsay Heights EcoTour! Learn more here about solar, local food and climate change adaption as you walk through the Lindsay Heights Neighborhood.
Apply to Host an Event in the Fondy Park
Neighbors and community groups are able to apply to use the Fondy Park when the Fondy Farmers Market is not open. The City of Milwaukee’s Fondy Park Advisory Committee is now accepting applications to host an event for the 2020 season. You can download the 2020 Fondy Park Facility Use Application here. Please send completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org The Park Committee will review the applications and let applicants know the status of their application once a formal decision has been made.
PLEASE NOTE: We are not currently accepting applications for events scheduled July 12th – July 18th 2020. Please check back in the spring to see if any of those dates/times have become available.
The Fondy Park Advisory Committee is comprised of community members appointed by Alderperson for the 15th District, representatives from the Fondy Food Center, the North Ave./Fond du Lac Marketplace Business Improvement District, Department of City Development, Department of Public Works, and the City Environmental Collaboration office.)