Photo: Walking dogs at Rock Meadow, Belmont By Mary Trudeau Conservation Commission’s agent In this period of social distancing, public open space provides a valuable respite for citizens experiencing the loss of “normality.” While the Belmont Conservation Commission remains committed to keeping Rock Meadow open and available to residents, the current pandemic has increased meadow […]
Photo: Rock Meadow Conservation Land. A plan to use town conservation land off upper Concord Avenue to park nearly 1,000 vehicles during an upcoming professional golf tournament at Belmont Country Club in June has been abandoned, according to an email from the town’s conservation agent to a resident. “At this point in time, the Conservation Commission will […]
Photo: The location on Rock Meadow where parking will be located for a golf tournament in June. The Belmont Conservation Commission narrowly approved a conditional agreement to allow the Professional Golf Association Tour (PGA) to use approximately 11 acres of Rock Meadow Conservation Land off upper Concord Avenue for up to 1,000 parking spaces to […]
The Belmont Conservation Commission is sponsoring a public, interactive meeting with BETA Group to review initial design for Intergenerational Walking Path at Clay Pit Pond. BETA Group, the landscape architects selected to create the phased Master Plan will be attending the meeting. The meeting is open to the public. This is a great opportunity to work with a professional design team and help create a community park at Clay Pit Pond.
The Community Preservation Act has funded this project to produce a phased, master plan to create a fully accessible, intergenerational walking path at Clay Pit Pond. As part of the proposal, the Commission continues to sponsor meetings to include suggestions and comments from local officials and residents interested in the Clay Pit Pond park. The meeting will review the progress on the Master Plan, as drafted by BETA Group.