Parks & Recreation Department

          

 

  Mission Statement

The Newton Parks and Recreation Department will provide traditional and innovative Recreation, Leisure and Cultural Activities in a quality environment for all residents of Newton, as well as managing the preservation, maintenance, and enhancement of the natural resources of the City.

   


                  
Robert J. DeRubeis, Commissioner
617-796-1500
parks@newtonma.gov

246 Dudley Rd
Kennard Park
Newton 02459

Office Hours:

8:30am-5:00pm

Monday-Friday


Events & Programs

Picnic and Performance in Kennard Park-July 14- Deborah Abel Dance Company

    Parking will be at Oak Hill Middle School 130 Wheeler Rd- Shuttle Service provided

Swim Lesson Info:   Gath Pool         Crystal Lake

Auburndale Cove Picnic Area

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Projects

McGrath Tennis Courts and Off-Leash area renovations begin June 11- Tennis courts and off-leash area will be closed

Levingston Cove Renovation Proposal  -

Crescent Street Housing & Reverend Ford Playground Expansion Project

Waban Hill Reservoir DRAFT Master Plan Report

Newton Highlands Playground Project

Farlow Park Pond & Bridge Project

 

Report A Coyote             Recreation & Open Space Plan         


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