Neponset River Greenway, on the Boston and Milton shore of the Neponset River, is a miles-long, waterfront multi-use trail.
On Monday, October 7, 2019, Norwood Town Meeting members unanimously voted to approve a warrant article authorizing the spending of $338,000 in Community Preservation Act Funds to purchase a 6.8-acre lot behind 84 Morse St., often referred to as the “Saints Lot.” The town will preserve the parcel as open space for passive recreation, and […]
In the works since 1986, a new 15-acre park overlooking the river in the Port Norfolk neighborhood of Dorchester becomes official.
DCR breaks ground on the Neponset Greenway Bike Trail's "missing link" between Mattapan Square and Central Avenue in Milton.
For decades, NepRWA and others in Quincy have longed for a “Riverwalk”, comparable to the Harborwalk and the Neponset Greenway in Boston. The first half of Quincy’s 3 mile long Neponset Riverwalk, beginning at the pile-supported gazebo at Adams Inn, were constructed over many years via NepRWA’s negotiation with private waterfront developers. Then, last year, […]
Anticipating the expansion of the Neponset River Greenway - a gem of a community resource - from Milton into Mattapan Square.
At the end of March, the Milton Conservation Commission toured the state Dept. of Conservation and Recreation’s proposed extension of the Neponset River Trail, from the Central Avenue bridge, about a mile upstream to the site of a new 150-ft bridge that will connect with Ryan Playground in Mattapan. The tour traversed a portion of […]
The Quincy RiverWalk is a 2 mile-long public walkway along the Neponset River shore that officially opened on September 30, 2014. The Watershed Association and other Greenway advocates worked together for almost 10 years to create this public trail along the Quincy shore of the Neponset River. The upstream terminus of the Quincy RiverWalk is […]