Attend a meeting to learn more
The Squantum Playground Renovation Committee is meeting Thursday night and invites you to share your ideas to help shape the renewal plans for the playground.
Thursday, March 21, 6:45pm
Where: 110 Huckins Avenue, Squantum, MA
Contact Dave Blaton by email, or call 617-828-1894 with any questions. All are welcome!
A playground in need of loving care
The children’s playground located on Standish Road behind the Squantum School is in desperate need of critical renovations to insure the safety of the children running and playing in the park. The playground has provided a place for children and families of Squantum to play, gather, relax, and enjoy the wonderful fresh air for many decades. With decades of use, it is in need of some loving care.
A group of concerned Squantum neighbors are volunteering their time to explore options for the renovation of the park. With the support of the Squantum community and the City of Quincy, the group hopes to create a space that will once again invite families to visit on a sunny afternoon or a brisk fall day to create joyful memories of precious time spent together.
The project team, led by David Blaton, is proposing renovations that focus on playground safety, as well as on preserving and enhancing the aesthetic appeal and comfort of the playground. Read about the proposed renovations on the Playground Project page. We will provide updates to this information as the project progresses.
We need your support!
There are several ways that you can help the team create this important space for the
Squantum community. Visit the project page to learn more. And mark your calendars to join us:
- Thursday, March 21 @ 6:45pm, 110 Huckins Avenue
- Attend the April 11, 7pm meeting of the Quincy Preservation Committee and voice your support for this project. Meetings are open to the public.
City Hall, new City Council Chambers, 2nd Floor, 1305 Hancock St, Quincy
- Learn about donation opportunities on the project page
With your critical support we can revitalize this neighborhood treasure.
With your help we can provide a place where children and neighbors can enjoy a beautiful playground that is safe, clean, and family friendly, and where neighbors can create wonderful memories.
Learn more about the Squantum Playground Renovation Project.