Welcome to the Franklin Park Coalition
The Franklin Park Coalition (FPC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to involving the community to work, play, & engage in Franklin Park, Boston’s largest green space. Designed by renowned landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted in the late 1800s, Franklin Park serves as an urban oasis to the surrounding neighborhoods and the City of Boston.
Action Plan Meeting for the Egleston, Parkside, and Stonybrook Edges
Thursday, October 7, 2021 from 7-9pm on Zoom
Register here to participate
Learn more about proposed park changes, share your input, and offer your ideas. Check out www.franklinparkactionplan.com in advance. This meeting is for the Walnut Ave, Sigourney St, and Forest Hills St. neighbors. Previous “edge” meetings have focused on Seaver Street, Blue Hill Ave, and American Legion Highway. Email us if you’d like us to come to your community meeting.
The Turkey Trot is back on Thanksgiving morning!
9am November 25, 2021
Go to fpc5k.com to sign up. Get your turkey costume ready and tell your family and friends. It’s the best holiday tradition in Boston.
Report and Track Concerns about Franklin Park
We’re please to announce a new page dedicated as a one-stop-shop to report and track your concerns about Franklin Park. Go to www.franklinparkcoalition.org/311 to view open and closed comments and complaints from parks users. The page leverages the City of Boston’s 311 service to display requests relating to issues in the park. See litter that needs to be addressed? Fallen limb? Out of service water station? You can report these issues, and more, on your smartphone (Android; iPhone) or via the web. And track your report, and those of other park users, at www.franklinparkcoalition.org/311.
Bos: 311 is the best way to report all the issues you want to see address in the park. Download the app, then snap a photo on your phone, tag the location in the park, and write a short description.