Lake Sawyer Park Foundation (LSPF) is a grassroots, all-volunteer organization established to support the development of Lake Sawyer Regional Park through public awareness, fundraising, advocacy and special projects. LSPF was incorporated as a non-profit and got tax-exempt status (501(c)(3)) status in 2009.
We envision the Park to be utilized for habitat restoration, as well as for both active and passive recreation. LSPF works in collaboration with the City of Black Diamond in providing a resource for funding as well as collaboration and stewardship on issues pertaining to activities and the future development of the park. Our organization has been actively involved with restoration activities on the property including habitat re-establishment, noxious weed removal, planting native trees and plants, and trail maintenance. In addition, we have contributed funding for benches and trash cans in the Park and a portable toilet facility at the trailhead. Some of our volunteers have been involved with this site since it was transferred from King County in 2006.
At Lake Sawyer Park Foundation, well being is at the forefront of what we’re working together towards. Our programs and activities are designed to be a catalyst that helps community members reach their goals and fulfill their potential. Learn more about the positive impact we have and join us in bringing about positive change.
Mission & Tactics
· Provide a non-profit (501c3) organization
· Identify and secure funds and resources from private/public partners
· Be active advocates of the development of the park
· Ensure diverse interests are represented
· Coordinate and interface with the City of Black Diamond to implement the Lake Sawyer Regional Park plan
o Turn park plan into construction blueprint; develop a master plan for each section of the park
o Prioritize development of park
Kristiana de Leon
Leah Grant (Board President)