Welcome to Seekonk Parks & Recreation
The mission of Seekonk Parks & Recreation Department is to provide inspiration and recreation opportunities for the Town of Seekonk residents through creation and maintenance of high quality programs, facilities, and community special events. By dedication and developing diverse services and programs that promote citizen involvement and strong sense of community. With this being said Parks and Recreation will strive to increase the social, cultural, and physical well being of its residents and generations to come.
The Parks and Recreation Committee meets on the second Monday of every month at the Town Hall, 100 Peck St; Seekonk MA starting at 6:30pm.
Office hours: Wednesday 5:00pm - 7:00 pm
Friday 9am - 12pm or by appointment
John Pozzi, Jr
***THE LATEST NEWS***
Seekonk Spring Kickball Resumes!
The Seekonk Parks & Recreation Spring Kickball league will resume in mid-May. The kickball league is geared towards kids aged 4-15. We will also be offering an adult league.
Please contact Jim Troiano via email (email@example.com) if you have any questions.
Online registration is now available on our web site. Please click the KICKBALL Registration link located on the left side of this page.
Runnins River Trails
Ribbon Cutting Celebration
Saturday May 13, 2017 9:00am - 12:00pm
Join us for some free family fun!
Ribbon Cutting Event Flyer
Open Space and Recreation Management Plan Committee Meeting
Thrusday, April 27, 2017 ( 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM )
Planning Room at Town Hall ( 100 Peck St; Seekonk MA 02771 )
Click here for a talent bank form!
Bristol County Mosquito Control
Bristol County Mosquito Control wants you to know it's never too early or too late to think about Mosquitos.
Check out their website for more information, or to schedule a spraying for your yard.
Due to state rules and regulations, any fields located on school property are NOT eligible to be sprayed.
Tickborne Disease Information
Find basic information on ticks in Massachusetts and the diseases they can carry.
Protect yourself from ticks with these prevention methods.
Yearly numbers of reported cases of tick-borne disease in Massachusetts residents.
Downloadable educational tools to help raise awareness.
Links to external sites with more information.
Did you know we have our own walking trails in Seekonk?
Gammino Pond & Cole Street were part of the Troop 1 Seekonk, Eagle Scout projects.
The National Parks Service has highlighted the work done to the trails!
Gammino Pond Trails
Cole street Trail
Turner Loop Trails
Town wide Scavenger hunt
Do you and your family Geo-Cache?
Geo-caching is a fun new twist on a scavenger hunt.
It's a great way to get the whole family out of the house and into nature!
Starting October 24 - Seekonk Parks & Recreation will be hosting a TOWN WIDE SCAVENGER HUNT!
Free Parking Pass
We are proud to offer a FREE one day parking pass to any MASS State Park or Beach.
Contact Parks and Recreation Director to request the pass. Certain restrictions apply.
Don't forget to fill out our program survey and return it to us!
We want to hear from you.
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