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Worcester offers a wealth of activities with its vast array of green and blue space. City park amenities include athletic fields, playgrounds, nature trails, beaches, pools and spray parks.
In Worcester, you can find over 20 lakes and ponds that support a variety of recreational activities, including bird watching, walking, swimming, fishing and boating.
The City of Worcester is home to so many fun restaurants, exciting things to see and places to go, there's always something for everyone in the family to enjoy!
Come watch and cheer on your favorite sports teams right here in Worcester! The City of Worcester is home to the Baseball Futures League, AHL Hockey and Arena Football.
The park features about a half-mile of accessible walking paths, elevated boardwalks and three bridges crossing a section of the Middle River that runs into the headwaters of the Blackstone River. Included along the trails and boardwalks are observational platforms, kiosks and interpretive signage providing historical and ecological information about the Blackstone River and the role it played in the history of Worcester and the Blackstone Valley Corridor.
The Blackstone Heritage Corridor Visitor Center is a full service, multi-use facility, featuring a welcoming area, historic and cultural exhibits, a theater, restroom facilities, an adjacent passive recreation lawn and office, classroom and function space. The Visitor Center also houses the Central Region Headquarters for the MA Department of Conservation and Recreation.
At approximately 6 p.m. on February 20, 2024, the city experienced a sanitary sewer overflow in the vicinity of 65 Lake Ave.
Posted: Wednesday 02/21/24
City Manager Eric D. Batista, along with the municipality’s Department of Transportation & Mobility, announced Tuesday the launch of the Vision Zero Safety Action Plan, a bold new commitment to road safety.
Posted: Tuesday 02/20/24
City Manager Eric D. Batista announced Wednesday the City of Worcester’s affirmed stable bond rating.
Posted: Wednesday 02/14/24
Did you know that transportation is the second highest contributor to greenhouse gas emissions (GHG) in our community?...
Posted: Wednesday 02/21/24 2:00 PM
Announcement: Lake Quinsigamond sanitary sewer overflow...
Posted: Wednesday 02/21/24 12:21 PM
Worcester believes that even one, avoidable fatality on the road is unacceptable. The Worcester Vision Zero Safety Action Plan will explore how best to ensure that everyone who walks, rides, or rolls through Worcester's streets, can do so safely!...
Posted: Wednesday 02/21/24 12:00 PM
Following up on the fifth episode of "The Buzz with City Manager Batista," the City Manager discusses municipal bond ratings and how they're essential for getting projects done....
Posted: Tuesday 02/20/24 3:32 PM