• Rose Garden Volunteers
  • Kids in Franklin Park
  • Boston Common Frog Pond
  • Bikers in Franklin Park
  • Community Gardens

Welcome to the place where parks and politics meet!

The Boston Park Advocates is a network of park champions from across the city working to elevate the status of open space among candidates and policy makers. Are you involved in a park-connected group? Little league, community garden, tennis, outdoor arts, CDC, crime watch, ultimate frisbee, youth, bike, fitness, and park friends groups can advocate for Boston’s parks and open spaces.

Park Advocacy 2016

  • Imagine Boston 2030 – What do parks need? What neighborhoods need parks? Don’t let development in Boston race ahead without attention to open space needs.

You can be an activist for parks and open space. Sign up to get e-blasts about ways you can raise your voice for parks. Check out this website and find ways to be involved. Click on the links above to learn more about CPA and Imagine 2030. Look for updates and advocacy opportunities on the News page. Meetings and activities across the city are posted on the Calendar.

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