Welcome to the Lakeview Legacy Park website! We are Citizens for Lakeview Preservation, Inc., a non-profit volunteer group seeking to create something new in Orono – a POPS – privately-owned public space – unlike any other in the Twin Cities area. While a privately-owned public space is not a new concept, Lakeview Legacy Park will be unique in its combination of nature preservation and enhancement, education, and historical perspective – all made possible by the collective efforts of people like you who share these values.
We encourage you to explore our website – learn more ABOUT US, about THE STORY that led us to where we are, THE PARK that we hope to create, NEWS we want to share, and an opportunity to CONTACT US with questions, ideas, or an interest in donating or volunteering.
To realize this vision, Citizens for Lakeview Preservation, Inc. is seeking to raise $250,000 from individuals, businesses, and grants to make this POPS a reality not only today, but in perpetuity. The opportunity to create a new park through private initiative does not happen often. If you would like to be part of this effort please consider a donation.
Mail the completed form and your check to
Citizens for Lakeview Preservation
PO Box 98
Navarre, MN 55392
Or if you prefer, you can donate now, using PAYPAL by clicking the link below.
Just $74 preserves 100 square feet of Lakeview Legacy Park in perpetuity – that is only 74 ¢ per square foot!
To discuss a sponsorship or non-cash donation, please indicate your preference in the boxes provided on the downloaded DONATION FORM and you will be contacted by a CLP Board Member. CLP has engaged Wells Fargo Advisors to assist with gifts of appreciated securities or other financial assets, which may offer additional tax advantages.
Citizens for Lakeview Preservation, Inc. is an IRS approved tax-exempt 501 (c)(3) public charity and all donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. You will receive a prompt acknowledgement of your donation for your tax records.
DONATION TOTALS AS OF October 01, 2015.
Initial Goal – $150,000 by October 15, 2015
Assures purchase of the Park as a Perpetual Conservation Easement
*Friends of the Park, Patrons, Founders, and Benefactors