Southwest Corridor Park


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Park News and Information

Enjoy our 2018 Annual Meeting Presentation & Annual Report:


Annual Report Presentation
http://swcpc.org/2018annualreport.asp

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Contact Us

Community involvement in the park is supported through the Southwest Corridor Park Conservancy (SWCPC), which is a nonprofit group, and the Southwest Corridor Park Management Advisory Committee (PMAC), which is the advisory board, in partnership with the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR).

The SWCPC and PMAC seek to work together seamlessly to support the park and to support community involvement in the park. Contact the general email address info@swcpc.org to connect with both organizations and browse this website to learn more about all of our projects.

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We are happy that DCR has posted playground signs that we requested -- "Playground Ahead - Watch for Children."

Some of the older children (pre-teens) at the Mildred Hailey (Bromley Heath) Apts. expressed concern that bicycles travel fast on the bike path, and that small children sometimes run from the playground across the path to the exercise equipment stations. Some of the children said they've seen near-misses, and asked for signs & communication to address this safety issue.

We (PMAC) requested these signs from DCR. We also hope to get the same message in bike path striping when we get a chance to do striping and stenciling. Meanwhile, please help to share this on social media -- and please be sure to notice the signs as you bike through Jackson Square area. (Shared this good news with the children tonight (participants in summer gardening & year-round science program) and they are happy to see this!)

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