Inwood Hill Park
In order to invest in the care of our parks, we must regularly redesign and rebuild our city’s parks and facilities. We do this through designing, procuring, and building capital projects. Find out more information about capital projects taking place within this park by choosing a project below.
|Citywide Reconstruction & Stabilization of Retaining Walls and Seawalls (CNYG-514M)||Dyckman St, Hudson River, Harlem River S||Construction|
|Inwood Hill Nature Center Post-Sandy Reconstruction||Prolongation of West 218th Street, West of Indian Road, in Inwood Hill Park||Design|
|Inwood Hill Park Adult Fitness Equipment Construction||North of Dyckman Street near the Hudson River||Procurement|
|Inwood Hill Park Nature Center Sewer Connection Construction||Inwood Hill Park between Henry Hudson Parkway and Indian Road intersection with 218th Street||Construction|
This is a tentative project list, as not all proposed projects will become active projects. To learn more about proposed projects, visit our How We Build Parks page.
- Inwood Hill Park Baseball Field Reconstruction
- Inwood Hill Park Dog Run Reconstruction
- Inwood Hill Park Little League Baseball Field Lighting Installation
- Inwood Hill Park Soccer Field Reconstruction
|Citywide Plumbing Systems Reconstruction (CNYG-1007M)||View Details|
|Fort Washington Park Dyckman Street Ramp Construction and Inwood Hill Park Entrance Reconstruction||View Details|
|Inwood Hill Park Little League Baseball Field Reconstruction||View Details|
How We Build Parks
Visit our How We Build Parks page to learn more about the three main phases of the city’s capital process and how a project becomes eligible for capital funding.
Directions to Inwood Hill Park
Know Before You Go
Inwood Hill Nature Center
Due to the effects of Hurricane Sandy, this facility is closed until further notice.
- A Lenape Meal At Inwood Hill Park
- Urban Park Rangers Present An Experience To Travel Back In Time And Live Off The Land
- Born To Be Wildlife: New Yorkers Learn About Their Furry And Feathered Friends At Urban Wildlife Appreciation Day