Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held at Coytemore Lea Park celebrating the completion of improvements consisting of the removal the existing gravel walkway and replacement with a new ADA-compliant asphalt walkway which will allow wheelchairs and...Read More
The City of Malden held a ribbon cutting ceremony Sunday, April 30, 2017 at Forestdale Park. Improvements and renovations at the park included removal of pavement, benches and chain link fencing and installation of ADA...Read More
Mayor Christenson announced a 13 member committee to assist the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) in updating the City of Malden Open Space and Recreation Plan (OSRP) which was last updated in 2009 and covered the period of 2009-2016. The...Read More
The Malden Redevelopment Authority (MRA) has entered into a contract with Sunshine Paving of North Chelmsford, Massachusetts to make ADA-compliant improvements at Coytemore Lea Park on Mountain Avenue and Forestdale Park on Goodhue Street.... Read More
Phase I improvements to the Pearl Street Playground located in the City’s Edgeworth section are complete. Improvements included: basketball pavement replacement with new hoops and the replacement of playground stone surfacing with engineered...Read More
The Richard C. Howard Park and Robert "Bob" Rotondi Field (formerly South Broadway Park) are open. The $7.6 million transformation was funded in partnership with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts through its...Read More
The most recent addition to Lincoln Commons, a passive and active recreational play space in Ward Seven, is a splash pad. The splash pad contains ground nozzles that spray water upwards with a draining system directly underneath so little or no...Read More
The refurbished Miller Park has been rededicated. Located at 217 Harvard Street, Miller Park is named for the late Robert D. Miller, who dedicated his life to the youth of Malden.
Waitt's Mount continues to be popular with local residents since its recent refurbishment under a City of Malden-financed project. The park was designed by landscape architect, Pam Shadley of Shadley Associates. This public improvement project...Read More
Using a combination of grant sources, the City created its first all-inclusive playground at Coytemore Lea Park located on Mountain Avenue.
The City combined a $136,000 Parkland...