About Lafayette Central Park

The independent, non-profit, Lafayette Central Park (LCP) was created following the purchase of the 100-acre "UL Horse Farm" property by the City of Lafayette to design, build, operate and maintain Moncus Park, soon to become a world-class community asset.  The board and its staff will oversee the committees, contracts, and processes responsible for programming, planning, design, construction, fundraising, financing, and public relations related to the build-out of the park.  LCP is preparing to break ground on building the community-driven vision in late 2016, which will trigger a long-term lease with Lafayette Consolidated Government.  At that point, LCP will operate, maintain, and manage the park for 99 years.

The Board of Directors is comprised of a diverse group of community leaders whose mission is to develop and facilitate a transparent process for park development - seeking public input and public support to ensure that the needs and wishes of the Lafayette community are addressed during the planning and execution phases.