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    Alexandra Vecchio

    Parks & Open Space Director
    avecchio@brooklinema.gov
  1. Welcome


    1. The mission of the Parks and Open Space Division is to develop a safe, accessible, well maintained network of parks and open space for both passive and active recreation that preserves the historic integrity and cultural significance of Brookline's landscape for the use, benefit and enjoyment of our visitors and residents.  We invite you to explore our website and visit your parks and open spaces.

Cypress Street Playground & Field Renovation Project

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Larz Anderson Lagoon Structures Project

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Historic tempietto structure overlooking the Larz lagoon, surrounded by trees.

Urban Forest Climate Resiliency Master Plan

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Urban Forest Master Plan Draft Report Presentation and Discussion May 17 6 to 8 PM


Muddy River Restoration Project: Phase 2

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John E. Murphy Playground Renovation Project

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Margaret E. Robinson Park Renvoation Project

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BIDDING OPPORTUNITIES:

None at this time.

WHAT WE MAINTAIN

  1. Athletic Fields & Ice Rink
    Basketball & Tennis Courts
    Cemeteries
    Nature Sanctuaries
  1. Parks & Playground
    Public Building/School Grounds
    Trees on Public Land
    Traffic Islands
  1. Brookline Town Hall  • 333 Washington Street • Brookline, MA 02445
    617-730-2088 • Monday-Thursday 8 A.M.-5 P.M.• Friday 8 A.M. – 12:30 P.M.