The City of Quincy’s Department of Natural Resources (QDNR) is teaming up with the New England Herpetological Society (NEHS), the New England Wildlife Center (NEWC), and the Friends of Butler’s Pond (FOBP) to protect the turtles of Butler’s Pond prior to the start of a large-scale ecological restoration project there.
Mayor Thomas Koch announced that renovations have begun at
LaBrecque Field in Hough’s Neck.
Mayor Thomas Koch announces that the annual Neat Neighbors Contest will once again recognize Quincy residents who maintain their property in the spirit of a cleaner and greener Quincy.
The Parade, featuring bands, floats, color guards, specialty units and plenty of flag-waving kids, will kick off at 7:00 p.m. at Coddington St. & Washington St. and run along Hancock St. to Merrymount Pkwy finishing at Adams Field.
The City of Quincy’s Department of Natural Resources is teaming up with the Neponset River Watershed Association (NepRWA) to celebrate Earth Day 2021.
Mayor Thomas Koch announced that the annual Cleaner, Greener Quincy program will return this year on Saturday, May 1st.