The Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) is working to create a shared vision for a seamless waterfront park system along both sides of the Malden River, connecting communities in Medford, Malden and Everett to this important natural resource.
Currently, a little more than 1 mile of the 3.5 miles of shoreline is accessible green space – this is a result of generations of industrial uses. Thanks to local leadership and several brownfield redevelopments, the Malden River is on its way to becoming a central open space amenity for all three cities.
Over the course of 2017, MyRWA will be partnering with cities, local developers/businesses, community groups and citizens to create a comprehensive vision that will support the implementation of vibrant and connected parklands along the river. Utile, the design consultant, will create a master plan and recommendations for new parks, paths, and amenities along the Malden River. The study will also explore the possibility of locating a public boathouse, docks and a pedestrian bridge across the river midway between the Medford Street bridge and the Route 16 bridge.
Join us for a public workshop on June 26 to learn more about the plan and to share your vision on the future of the Malden River.
Monday, June 26, 2017
Malden Public Library
36 Salem St, Malden, MA
This project is a partnership between the Mystic River Watershed Association, cities of Everett, Malden and Medford, Bike to the Sea, Friends of the Malden River, Lawrence and Lillian Solomon Foundation, Preotle, Lane and Associates, and Wynn Design and Development.
Take a survey and learn more: https://mysticriver.org/maldenrivergreenway