The City's Parks & Recreation Division is constantly working to improve our park system, including the addition of amenities at each park, upgrades to existing facilities, or the development of totally new parks. Below is a list of current and planned projects - for more information, please contact the Parks & Recreation Division at 301-739-8577 ext. 169.
Thomas Kennedy Park
The Mayor and Council wish to honor the legacy of Mr. Kennedy and his values of equality and freedom for all citizens by partnering with the Congregation B’nai Abraham to construct a park at 50 East Baltimore Street. We anticipate the park will be constructing in 2018 and will feature the sculpture of Toby Mendez
Pavilion at 202 Train Museum located at City Park
In the next six months, the Parks division staff will construct a Railway platform-themed open pavilion that would provide shade and an entertainment venue. This is part of the vision for the Railroad Museum and Steam Engine #202 as a welcoming environment that will immerse the visitors in railway history and culture, through hands-on experiences, visual stimulation, educational and recreational opportunities, and interaction with knowledgeable, friendly staff and volunteers. Guests of all ages will discover interesting and stimulating exhibits and activities to participate in during their visit.