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 The Parks Division is responsible for the maintenance and improvement of the parks system and its facilities.  The division maintains 74 areas, including 24 municipal parks.     

The Parks division, along with the Tree Warden, is responsible for City-owned trees.  Tree removal and tree trimmings take place between May 15th and October 15th.  Applications for these processes can be obtained at the Liberty Street office.

Parks  Location 


 Baldwin Pond  North Wall Street & Westfield Road


 Beaver Pond  Hicks Avenue


 Brookside Park  Bunker Avenue


 Carroll Park  Bee Street & Baldwin Avenue


 Cedar Park  Cedar Street & Park Street


 Ceppa Field  Gale Avenue 


 City Park  Bunker Avenue & Warren Street


 Columbus Park  Lewis Avenue 


 Crescent  Crescent Street & Pleasant Street


 Dossin Beach  Oregon Road 


 Falcon Field  Westfield Road


 Gilman Memorial Park Cook Avenue


 Giuffrida Park  Westfield Road


 Habershon  Meadow Street & Camp Street


 Hubbard Park  West Main Street 


 Ives Park  Knob Hill & Race Brook Road


 Johnson Hill   Johnson Avenue


 Kronenberger  West View Drive & Maple Avenue


 Nessing Field  Murdock Avenue


 North End Field  Britannia Street & Tremont Street


 Quinnipiac  River Road & Oregon Road


 Skate Park  Coe Avenue.   
 St. John's Park  Bee Street


 Washington Park  Liberty Street


 Water Park  Park Street & Franklin Street  
 John Zajac Park  Elmwood Drive


Other Recreational Areas    
 Legion Field  Hanover Road   
 Black Pond / New Dam  Cone Avenue  
Schools w/ Recreational Facilities    
 Thomas Hooker  Overlook Road  
 Lincoln Middle School  Centennial Avenue   
 Maloney High School  Gravel Street   
 Platt High School  Coe Avenue  

Meriden has over 3,000 acres of park land.  The total percentage of Meriden’s land devoted to parks is 17.6%, and no other city in New England can match that percentage!

The Parks Division is located in the Hubbard Park Maintenance Facility, but maintains no real “set” office hours.  Office hours are maintained at the Parks & Recreation Department office.