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The Boston Parks Recreation Department’s various court programs are annual capital improvement projects focused on 88 individual sites, including more than 216 courts throughout the Boston City Park System.
Court types include basketball, tennis, street hockey, handball, and wallball courts. The annual funding is $ 750,000 and includes design services and construction costs.
Refurbished by the Boston Parks and Recreation Division, the colorful court awaits players at Roxbury’s Winthrop Playground.
The Boston Park Recreation Department has worked with various groups over the years to provide information and support for refurbishment. For example, in 2018, Dochester’s Hemenway Playground was funded by the Community Protection Act, similar to Roxbury’s Orchard Park in 2019. The Boston Brunes Foundation worked with commercial playset maker Venonat to help repave the Porgiopark and Defilippo in East Boston. North end park. The United States Tennis Association, along with the Laver Cup, helped raise the tennis courts at Moakley Park in South Boston.
Partnerships with organizations such as the Boston Bruins Foundation have created cutting-edge courts such as this street hockey rink on the North End Defilipo Playground.
Below is a list of courts that the Boston Park Recreation Department has refurbished over the past few years.
Burn Playground, Dochester
Moakley Park in South Boston (Tennis)
Defilippo Park, North End
Peter’s Park, Southend
South Street Mall, Jamaica Plain
Winthrop Playground, Roxbury
Boston Police Department District D-4 Basketball Court, South End
Moakley Park in South Boston (Street Hockey)
Christopher Lee Playground, South Boston
Orchard Park, Roxbury
Billings Field, West Roxbury
Dochester Park, Dochester
Hemenway Playground, Dochester
Hardiman Playground, Allston-Brighton
Walker Playground, Mattapan
Iacono Playground, Hyde Park
Ryan Playground, Charlestown
Fallon Field, Roslindale
Parkman Playground, Roslindale
Edwards Playground, Charlestown
Both the tennis and pickleball lines are offered on the new court at South Street Mall in Jamaica Plain.
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