Spring Hill Design 21 Dartmouth St, Somerville, MA02145 Spring Hill Design offers architectural services for home repair and improvement.
R & D Home Improvements 94 Partridge Ave, Somerville, MA02145 R & D Home Improvements offers commercial and residential painting, deck building and roof contracting services.…More The contractors specialize in plastering and construction for kitchens and bathrooms. Call the number listed for schedule information.
All Seasons Home Remodeling 369 Somerville Ave, Somerville, MA02143 All Seasons Home Remodeling offers a variety of residential improvements, including additions, roofing, painting,…More masonry and deck-building. The company was founded in 1985 by Somerville resident Gary B. Mercer.
Twin Bros Painting Company 9 Webster St, Somerville, MA02145 Twin Bros Painting Company offers home repair and improvement services in Somerville, MA. The contractors provide…More customers with estimates and the approximate length of the painting project. Customer can call to schedule an appointment.
Sullivan J J Plumbing & Heating Contractors 346 Somerville Ave, Somerville, MA02143 Sullivan J J Plumbing & Heating Contractors provide construction, repair and home improvement services. Customers…More can call for more information, or to schedule an appointment.
Foss Park Broadway & McGrath Hwy, Somerville, MA02145
With over 15 acres of open space, Foss Park is Somerville's largest park by far, and it's also one of the two oldest.…More In 1876, it was founded as Broadway Park. Today, its grassy expanse is flanked by busy McGrath Highway and Broadway. It's home to a well-equipped playground, soccer fields, several baseball diamonds, and tennis and basketball courts, as well as a DCR swimming pool and spray pool that offer free admission. An annual Foss Fest summer concert is held, as are yearly community clean-ups.
In 2002, the Friends of Foss Park formed to address neighborhood concerns about park conditions. In the years since, improvements made include landscaping, solar trash compactors, sidewalk repairs and new flower beds, as well as stepped up pool and tree care. In 2008, the state approved $2 million in funds to renovate the park, but the money has yet to be allocated by the Governor. One item on the renovation wish list: the creation of state-of-the-art multi-use playing fields.
The park is owned by the state's Department of Conservation and Recreation.