It’s an exciting time for Boston! The City, with the leadership of the Mayor, is investing in our future. We're ensuring that we are ready for the effects of a changing climate. Improved Boston parks and open spaces have the potential to:
- protect us from climate change
- improve our day to day lives, and
- making Boston’s many varied communities more resilient, healthy, safe and vibrant.
Moakley Park is one of the first major park improvements as part of this plan. In early 2019, with your help, we completed the Moakley Park Vision Plan. This is our vision for adding climate resilience and new programs to the park.
Much work has been done, and much more is to come. Use this site to track our progress and add your voice!
Upcoming eventsUpcoming events
Public forum: Resilient Moakley Park planning process
Find out what they've learned from further engineering studies and public comments, and hear where the design is headed next.
Make Boston's Moakley Park yours
It’s an exciting time for Boston! The City, with the leadership of the Mayor, is investing in our future.
Moakley Talks: Open House
Watch our Virtual Open House with a presentation from the project team, followed by a question and answer session.
Moakley Talks: Sports and stadiums
A Moakley Park 2020 preliminary design discussion focused on sports and active recreation.
Moakley Talks: Community and play
A Moakley Park 2020 preliminary design discussion focused on community and play.
Moakley Talks: Environment and public health
A Moakley Park 2020 preliminary design discussion focused on environment and public health.
Moakley Park Phase 1 Design Meeting #1 (March 23, 2022)
Project team presented plans for phase one and community provided feedback
Moakley Park Phase 1 Design Meeting #2 (July 20, 2022)
Project team presented designs for phase 1 and community provided feedback.
Latest newsLatest news
Parks Department hosts February school vacation week activities
$500,000 state grant will help fund park improvements in Dorchester