Community Directory


Enjoy the benefits of residency in Hyde Park.

Boston 311 is a platform to better enable residents of Boston to report non-emergency issues to the City, such as graffiti and broken street lights, and access City services.  Boston 311 can be accessed anywhere within the City limits from both landlines and cell phones, and should only be used for non-emergencies.

ONS neighborhood coordinators and liaisons facilitate the delivery of services in collaboration with city departments and serve as a primary contact for constituents to communicate with the Mayor’s Office. Hyde Park’ s neighborhood coordinator is  Deynel Fonseca.

The Boston Home Center (BHC) provides first-time homebuyers with educational courses and financial assistance, and markets homes developed for income-eligible, first-time homebuyers. The BHC also assists homeowners with education and foreclosure prevention counseling, and encourages strong, stable neighborhoods by providing residents with financing and technical assistance to maintain and improve their homes. BostonHomeCenter 

Mayor Menino’s Mass Save initiative wants to help you weatherize nowBoston property owners, landlords, small condo associations, and renters who live in or own 1-4 unit buildings can sign up today to get a no-cost energy assessment, and may qualify for efficiency upgrades including insulation, air sealing, water saving devices and high-efficiency light bulbs. Mass Save


Enjoy the benefits of seniority in Hyde Park.

Blake Estates
1344 Hyde Park Avenue
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Joseph Malone Apartments (Boston Housing Authority)
15 Gordon Avenue
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Residences at Neponset Field
29 Neponset Field Lane
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Riley House
39 Maple Street
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Forever Young Adult Daycare Center
695 Truman Parkway
Hyde Park, MA 02136

555 Amory Street
Jamaica Plain, MA 02130

BCYF Hyde Park Muni – Senior Drop-In offers seniors  social time, refreshments, occasional  speakers, and activites.  This group meets on Fridays from 10 – 11:30am. It is open to the public and has no cost.

BCYF Hyde Park Muni – Senior Computer Classes are offered on Fridays from 1:30 – 3pm  for BCYF Members.  (Membership for senior = $15/yr)
Location:BCYF Hyde Park Muni, 1179 River Street, Hyde Park, MA 02136, 617-635-5178. Their mission is to help the disabled and elderly maximize their healthy years and age gracefully.  They have an online database of tools, references, and articles that cover topics like available care options, financial support, and free resources that are available in every state. is a leading senior care resource for family caregivers seeking information and support as they care for aging parents, spouses and other loved ones.  They have been featured by AARP, The Administration for Community Living, The National Legal Resource Center, and Forbes, as well as referenced by many governmental agencies and organizations across the Internet.  Their  research team recently just updated their Boston page that contains the Internet’s most comprehensive database of senior living communities in Boston that includes thoughtful and honest reviews from actual residents. You can learn more about it here. Click on SeniorLiving. is a private, not-for-profit organization that promotes the independence, dignity, and well-being of the elderly and disabled. Ethos achieves its mission through the coordination and delivery of high-quality, affordable home and community-based care. In all aspects of its work Ethos supports family caregiving, fosters social interaction and respects cultural diversity. is volunteers working on this website to guide seniors and retirees when they need help. That help subjects may be categorized as:

  • Financial Help
  • Health Care
  • Help with Rent
  • Housing Assistance
  • Food
  • Clothing Assistance
  • Transportation Assistance
  • Daily Life and so on

Learn more about protecting your data, online profiles, and digital citizenship with resources from InternetAdvisor’s Ultimate Guide to Internet Safety. was founded to advocate for the consumer – many companies don’t make it easy to compare systems and get accurate information about the technology, pricing, and features of their devices. MedicalAlert exist to give seniors and their loved ones the information they need to find the best technology at reasonable prices, making sure that they get all the tools and features they need to live safe, connected lives as independently as possible. provides information about ALFs, LTC options, your rights as a Medicare beneficiary, and ideas about how to help cover out-of-pocket costs. uses data-driven research to identify and develop the best resources in all aspects of memory impairment and care. Our research-backed, expert-curated resources can help seniors and their families identify the risks, signs, and symptoms of dementia, find support and care agencies, and learn about cutting-edge, scientific breakthroughs in memory care.  Nursing Home Abuse Justice’s main goal is to help educate readers on not only the many different types of abuse and their warning signs, but also the different ways they can report them. It’s critical to report nursing home abuse to protect your loved ones and hold facilities accountable. Learn how you can report nursing home abuse. provides therapy sessions help individuals access professional care for mental, emotional, and behavioral health needs without having to travel to a specific physical location. With so many companies offering therapy services via video and phone calls, live chats, and email messaging, it can be difficult to know which one is right for you and your needs. mission is to help individuals plan and implement senior care. The website is designed to help families and caregivers locate information about senior care resources. provides the most easy-to-understand guide on the ins and outs of medicare. This free resource highlights coverage, costs, eligibility and enrollment information, along with answers to some frequently asked questions. provides the Senior Care and Assisted Living Guide in Massachusetts. is the leading national voice representing seniors in issues related to long-term care, helping to ensure they, along with their families are empowered to advocate for themselves. provides a broad state guide for Medicaid long term care programs nationwide. This resource is free and is compiled by Senior Planning employees. Please use the guide and the supplemental resources provided as a helpful tool to determine the kinds of programs and care that might be available to you. Medicaid programs are very detailed and as the scope of this tool is not all encompassing, they recommend that anyone applying seeks help from local experts before taking action based on the information they provide.

Everything people need to know about storage facilities for aging adults. You can view the guide here:

The Seniors Save program helps seniors replace failing heating systems to ensure they are ready for winter. They encourage you to apply if you’re over the age of 60 and need help replacing your heating system. They offer financial and contractor help.

If you’re getting older and wondering about how you’ll be able to afford health care, you may be looking forward to Medicare as a health insurance option. See the Senior’s guide to Medicare for more information.

Keep Hyde Park Beautiful

The goal, over 100 years ago, painter John Enneking drew inspiration from the beauty of Hyde Park. A century later we are fortunate to still be surrounded by so much natural beauty. There’s a lot to be proud of here – our diverse residential neighborhoods, a historic business district, and more green space than any other district in Boston. It’s up to us – the residents, businesses, schools, and government – to keep our community looking its best.

Litter is dangerous to human health, to animals, and to the environment. It also sends the message that littering is acceptable, which just leads to more litter.  Over time this can lead to an increase in crime and a decrease in the property values and quality of life in our community. Let’s all do our part to make sure this doesn’t happen in Hyde Park!

  • If you see a piece of litter, pick it up. Make it a personal goal to pick up one piece of trash every time you go out. Think how effective this could be on a larger scale, if everyone would take this one small step towards creating a cleaner community.
  • Do what you can to keep your property and the sidewalks around your home or business clean and free of trash.
  • Put your trash out at the curb in sealed trash barrels and not bags, which can be ripped open by animals or the elements.
  • Don’t overstuff trash barrels, recycling bins and dumpsters to the point where trash can fall out or be carried off by animals.
  • Report problem areas to the City of Boston by calling 311 or using the free, and easy to use, BOS:311 app.
  • Take part in a community clean-up day.
  • Start a neighborhood trash patrol group that meets weekly or monthly to pick up trash in your area.  This is a great way to get to know your neighbors, and to build community and community pride. Plus, it’s a great way to get outside in the fresh air for some exercise.

For information on how and where to obtain recycling bins, visit:

Food waste is collected and turned into compost and clean energy. Compost enriches soil, reduces greenhouse gas emissions, and recycles nutrients. Learn more at

The Love Your Block program comes to Hyde Park annually in the spring. For more information and this year’s date, visit

The Neponset River clean-up day happens annually in the fall. For more information and this year’s date, visit

Houses of Worship

Find houses of worship in Hyde Park alphabetized below.

Apostolic Church
37 Fairmount Avenue
Hyde Park, MA 02136
617-364-4282 ‎

All Grace Harvest Church
585 Hyde Park Avenue
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Blue Hill Community Church
215 Neponset Valley Parkway
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Celestial Church of Christ
55 Arlington Street
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Cornerstone Deliverance Ministries
1295 River St # A,
Hyde Park, MA 02136
(617) 333-4600 ‎ ‎

Family Life Fellowship Four Square Church
28 Arlington Street
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Fellowship Christian Church
1415 Hyde Park Avenue
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Hyde Park Presbyterian Church
1109 River Street
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Hyde Park Seventh-day Adventist Church
6 Webster Street
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Most Precious Blood
43 Maple Street
Hyde Park, MA 02136
617-364-9500 ‎ ‎

The Parish of Christ Church
1220 River Street
Hyde Park, MA 02136
617-361-2457 ‎

Penticostal Church – The Last Hour
37 Everett Street
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Pentecostals of Boston
1205 Hyde Park Avenue
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Rehoboth Baptist Church of Boston
931 Hyde Park Avenue
Hyde Park, MA 02136

St. Anne Catholic Church
79 W. Milton Street
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Third Church of Christ Scientist
126 Arlington Street
Hyde Park, MA 02136

World Alive Ministries
695 Truman Parkway
Hyde Park, MA 02136


Find the schools located in Hyde Park.

Academy of the Pacific Rim (5-12)
1 Westinghouse Plaza
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Boston Preparatory Charter School (6-12)
1286 Hyde Park Avenue
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Boston Renaissance Charter School (PK-6)
1415 Hyde Park Ave
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Match Community Day Charter Public School
100 Poydras Street
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Boston Community Leadership Acedemy (9-12) 
655 Metropolitan Avenue
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Channing Elementary School (K1-5)
35 Sunnyside Street
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Grew Elementary School (K2-5)
40 Gordon Avenue
Hyde Park, MA 02136

New Mission High School (9-12) 
655 Metropolitan Avenue
Hyde Park, MA 02136

The Roosevelt K-8 School
Roosevelt Campus (2-8)
95 Needham Road
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Hemenway Campus (K1-1)
30 Millstone Road
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Roxbury Prep High School(9-10)
Roosevelt Campus (9-12)
1286 Hyde Park Avenue
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Boston Trinity Academy (6-12)
17 Hale Street
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Little Treasures Academy (Infant-Preschool)
197 Dana Avenue
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Little Voices Early Childcare & Education (Infant-PK)
104 Needham Road
Hyde Park, MA 02136

New Beginnings Academy (PK-12)
Central Ave.
20 Central Avenue
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Everett St. location (1-12)
14 Everett Street
Hyde Park, MA 02136

Boston Baptist College
950 Metropolitan Avenue
Boston, MA 02136

Curry College
1071 Blue Hill Avenue
Milton, MA 02186-2395


Find sports played around Hyde Park.

Neighborhood Associations

Find more about neighborhood associations in Hyde Park.

Braeburn Road Neighborhood Watch
Donna DiLorenzo –
39 Braeburn Road, Hyde Park

Belnel Family Neighborhood Association  
Helena Tonge –
Belnel Village, Hyde Park

Clare Avenue Neighborhood Watch
Rosa Machado –,
1st Wednesday of each month
Clare Avenue/Huntington Avenue, Hyde Park

Factory Hill Civic Association 
Sonia Pierre –,
2nd Wednesday of each month

East River Street Neighborhood Association
Barbara Hamilton –
2nd Monday of the month
Hyde Park Police Station E-18 Community Room

Grew Park Neighborhood Association
Joan Quagenti –,
1st Monday Of Each Month

Hyde Park Central River Neighborhood Group
Melanie Daye –

Hyde Park Neighborhood Association
Mimi Turchinetz –
1st Thursday of each month

Hyde Park Board of Trade
Scott Batey –
4th Tuesday of the month

Keep Hyde Park Beautiful
Cathy Horn –

Magee Street Neighborhood Watch
David Graham –
Meeting time vary
Hyde Park Police Station E-18 Community Room or neighborhood

Readville Neighborhood Watch
Tim McCarthy –
3rd Thursday of each Month
Iacona Field or Readville Knights of Columbus

Roseberry/Ruskindale Neighborhood Association
Valerie Almeida – 617-364-5822

West Fairmount Hill Community Group
Marcia Kimm/John McDonald –
St. Pius X, Milton or Boston Police Academy, Hyde Park

Parks & Recreation

Find more about parks and recreation in Hyde Park. (no. of court/fields)

Amatucci Playground
Hyde Park Ave at Glenwood Ave
-Basketball Court (1/2)

Bajko Memorial Rink
75 Turtle Pond Pkwy

Camp Meigs
Hyde Park Ave at Stanbro Street
-Little League Fields (1)
-Softball Fields (1)
-Tennis Courts (2)

Colella Playground
Readville Street at Neponset Valley Pkwy
-Baseball Fields (1)
-Basketball Courts (1)
-Little League Fields (1)
-Softball Fields (1)

Dooley Playground
Reservation Road

Doyle Playground
River Street at River Street Terrace

Factory Hill Playground
(also known as Harry A. Lawler Playground)
Sunnyside Street at Charles Street

George Wright Golf Course
420 West Street

Iacono/Readville Playground
Milton Street at Fleet Street
-Baseball Fields (1)
-Batting Cage (1)
-Basketball Courts (2)
-Bocce Courts
-Softball Fields (1)

Kelly Playground
River Street at Turtle Pond Pkwy
-Baseball Fields (3)
-Football Fields (2)
-Lacrosse Fields (1)
-Little League Fields (1)
-Rugby Fields (1)
-Soccer Fields (2)
-Softball Fields (3)
DCR Webpage

Martini Shell Lawn
1101 Truman Pkwy
-Basketball Courts (1)
-Tennis Courts (2)

McGann Playground
309 West Street

Mill Pond
River Street at Neponset Valley Pkwy

Moynihan Playground
920 Truman Pkwy
-Basketball Courts (1)
-Tennis Courts (2)
-Swimming Pool

Olsen Swimming Pool
95 Turtle Pond Pkwy

Reservation Road Park
109 Reservation Road
-Football Fields (1)
-Lacrosse Fields (1)
-Rugby Fields (1)
-Soccer Fields (1)

Ross Playground
160 Westminster Street
-Baseball Fields (1)
-Basketball Courts (2)
-Football Fields (1)
-Lacrosse Fields (1)
-Rugby Fields (1)
-Soccer Fields (1)
-Softball Fields (3)
-Street Hockey (1 rink)
-Tennis Courts (1)

Smith Pond Playground
(also known as Connell Fields)
Smithfield Road at Enneking Pkwy
-Baseball Fields (2)
-Football Fields (1)
-Lacrosse Fields (1)
-Rugby Fields (1)
-Soccer Fields (1)
-Softball Fields (2)
-Tennis Courts (3)

Stonehill Park Playground
8 Raldne Road

Stony Brook Reservation/Turtle Pond
Enneking Parkway
Hiking, Jogging, Fishing

Weider Playground
2 Sherrin St
Tennis Courts (1)